"But I guess all good things have to come to an end sometime."
He'd come into town sometime in the middle of the morning, and now the sun was all but gone.
A sad moment, perhaps, but it had to come sometime.
A vote has not been scheduled, but will probably come sometime in March.
Then he came here this year sometime - just a couple months ago, I think.
But the great explosion that must come sometime was not yet.
He asked me to ask you to come to church sometime.
She went to bed at last, and sleep came sometime after two in the morning.
They knew we were coming sometime, he thought; they've just been waiting to get it over with.
Used to indicate movement from one place to another: Come over to my house for dinner sometime.