every so often

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

  • Every so often a rabbit would make a desperate, lung-bursting bid for freedom, only to provide an easy target for the twelve-bores.
  • An inspector comes round every so often to check the safety equipment.
  • The prickling in my feet comes and goes, and I'm tippy and dizzy every so often, but nothing is too bad right now.
  • There was an element of ill luck, but every so often, as gamblers would tell us, long odds do come off.
  • But know, every so often a sword finds its way through the maille and slice through your psyche. Here Be Monsters | Her Bad Mother
  • I do all my coats every so often and its amazing what a difference it makes, I always use the re-proofer after washing them especially on my fleeces and other ‘non’ waterproof things and it does help with showerproofing them.
  • But for all his reputation as a pragmatist, there's a steely and obdurate side to him that comes to the surface every so often.
  • I've gotten so I try to leave it in my office now at least on the weekends and only check every so often after the "workday" is finished, before starting dinner, after dinner and before bed. Use Boundaries To Stay Sane Working From Home | Lifehacker Australia
  • The ones who appear every so often with their green wellies and silly hats and think they're real country folk. TICKLED PINK
  • Every so often a flash car drives towards the factory.
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