here and there

  1. in or to various places; first this place and then that
    he worked here and there but never for long in one town
    we drove here and there in the darkness
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How To Use here and there In A Sentence

  • There's nothing at all wrong with a bit of human imperfection here and there.
  • Here and there a mother turned her head to call back anxiously for the bleating lambkin lost behind the white curtain; and, dim and grotesque, the awkward strayling would come gamboling into sight. Virginia: the Old Dominion
  • Here and there amid the chaos, delicate things have survived by chance.
  • Of course the 'nester' or 'punkin roller,' as we contemptuously called the small farmer, began sifting in here and there in spite of our guns, but he was only a mosquito bite in comparison with the trouble which our cow-punchers stirred up. Cavanaugh: Forest Ranger A Romance of the Mountain West
  • This sort of immense architectonical precision does not stop the piece from revealing candid airs here and there. Latest reviews @, the ultimate progressive rock music website
  • Your composition is good except for some overcolouring here and there.
  • God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers.
  • Here and there a soldado pulled up, screaming, as a barbed shaft found a crack or pierced a foot or leg. Fire The Sky
  • Each bit has a home, like paint spread thickly across a canvas instead of in globs dropped here and there.
  • Much of it is frittered away here and there, and you may not even really realize how much is spent that way.
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