Sometimes Some"times`, adv. [Sometime + adverbial ending -s, as in -wards.] 1. Formerly; sometime. [Obs.] That fair and warlike form In which the majesty of buried Denmark Did sometimes march. --Shak. 2. At times; at intervals; now and then;occasionally. It is good that we sometimes be contradicted. --Jer. Taylor. Sometimes . . . sometimes, at certain times . . . at certain other times; as, sometimes he is earnest, sometimes he is frivolous., Sometime Some"time`, a. Having been formerly; former; late; whilom. Our sometime sister, now our queen. --Shak. Ion, our sometime darling, whom we prized. --Talfourd.