every now and then

  1. occasionally
    every so often she visits her father
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How To Use every now and then In A Sentence

  • Every now and then a graceful movement of his left arm through the air preceded his entry into the music, as though he were offering a cue to an imaginary force.
  • With Maureen and Jane it seemed improbable, but every now and then I caught myself wondering if the tempestuous Alessandra felt even a slight tendresse. Why Women Still Don't Get It
  • Actually now that you mention the hotwheels I used to carry pez dispensers which would often 'disappear' and then pen markers that 'smelled' - I guess smelling grape every now and then made a bad day a little better. Which one/s were you? Age 2-10
  • Oh sure ... every now and then throw in a Chuck Berry duckwalk while you grin like an idiot. unclebob Diary Entry
  • On one occasion we enjoyed a medium drift down a V-shaped channel, watching the usual teeming reef life flash by below and finning back every now and then to peer into crevices before being swept on.
  • Every now and then amongst the usual searches I get some strange search requests from Google appear in my stats.
  • Ruth deposited her wet mackintosh on the floor and went upstairs, shivering every now and then.
  • Every now and then official vehicles bearing ministers of government appeared on the scene.
  • Every now and then, an experience would serve as a reminder that intelligent marine mammals can be aggressive as well as friendly; that you must operate with respect in what is their patch.
  • I sobbed and wept so that my eyes were almost blind; and the ruffian you have such sympathy with stood opposite: presuming every now and then to bid me "wisht," and denying that it was his fault; and, finally, frightened by my assertions that I would tell papa, and that he should be put in prison and hanged, he commenced blubbering himself, and hurried out to hide his cowardly agitation. Wuthering Heights
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