Synonyms for Some:

adj.

certain (adjective)
divers, many, numerous, sundry, various.
few (adjective)
part of.
plural (adjective)
any, many, numerous, plural, several.
some (adjective)
a bit, a little, amazing, any, approximately, fascinating, remarkable, several, unusual, part of.

adv.

fairly (adverb)
quite.
nearly (adverb)
just about.

adv

moderately (adverb)
a little.
rather (adverb)
a bit.
somewhat (adverb)
fairly.

n.

bingo, conservative, fair, maybe, perhaps, speculative, What. big, considerable, divers, enormous, extensive, great, high, huge, large, substantial, sundry, various, widely. a bit, a little, fairly, mildly, partly, pretty, quite, vaguely. extraordinary (noun)
amazing, fascinating, remarkable, unusual.
some (noun)
about, any, approximately, around, both, close to, extraordinary, just about, many, more or less, much, or so, roughly, several, unspecified, whatever, whatsoever.

pron.

some (pronoun)
more or less.

v.

portion (verb)
part of.

Other synonyms:

bingo, divers, fair, maybe, perhaps, speculative, What. conservative. various. Other relevant words:
a bit, a little, about, amazing, approximately, around, bingo, both, close to, divers, extraordinary, fairly, fascinating, just about, maybe, much, or so, partly, perhaps, pretty, quite, remarkable, roughly, sundry, unspecified, unusual, various, whatever, whatsoever, What, part of.

Usage examples for some

  1. Some day I'll come back; but now it's too much. – A Breath of Prairie and other stories by Will Lillibridge
  2. And they want me to do some more on the harbor. – The Harbor by Ernest Poole
  3. You told me once, I remember, that there was some one else. – The Professor's Mystery by Wells Hastings Brian Hooker