Pronunciation of Somebody
/sˈʌmbɒdi/, /sˈʌmbɒdi/, /s_ˈʌ_m_b_ɒ_d_i/

Antonyms for somebody:


Synonyms for somebody:

Sense 1

dignitary, Whosoever, who, bigwig, Anyone, Whom, aught, Whomsoever, Whoever, big wheel, each other, whomever, muckamuck, something, Thee, nabob, one another, big-timer, Anybody.

Sense 2

notable, Anything, vip, celebrity, personage, whatsoever, big shot.

Sense 3

heavyweight, success, notability.

Sense 4

It, lion.

Sense 5

party, eminence.

Sense 9


Sense 12


Other synonyms and related words:

character, personage, bigwig, icon, vip, luminary, whomever, Whoever, party, success, big-timer, soulfulness, personality, psyche, big wheel, big shot, Anyone, Anybody, muckamuck, heavyweight, dignitary, Anything, nabob, celebrity, celeb, superstar, figure, STANDOUT, Thee, leader, megastar, lion, eminence, notoriety, aught, notable, something, notability, It, who.

Sense 1 (noun)

Anyone, each other, It, something, Anything, one another, aught.

Sense 2 (noun)

bigwig, big shot, notable, personage, heavyweight, dignitary, big wheel, muckamuck, nabob, character, notability, vip, leader, eminence, lion, big-timer.

big shot (noun)

nabob, heavyweight.

dignitary (noun)


human being (noun)


person of fame, importance (noun)

celebrity, notable, vip, luminary, heavyweight, superstar, Whoever, personage, dignitary, someone.

somebody (noun)

individual, human, someone, mortal, soul, person.

someone (noun)

Whoever, Anybody.

very important person (noun)

big shot, luminary, big wheel.

Usage examples for somebody:

  • Just suppose it was somebody who wasn't!" - "Lavender and Old Lace", Myrtle Reed.
  • She wanted to hear somebody speak. - "Dorothy on a Ranch", Evelyn Raymond.
  • Ask somebody who knows. - "Gossamer 1915", George A. Birmingham.

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