off and on

ADVERB
  1. not regularly
    they phone each other off and on
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How To Use off and on In A Sentence

  • Adam Clayman, who caddied off and on at Pebble Beach for three years, said his favorite clients were those who confessed beforehand that they were lousy, four-times-a-year golfers and simply didn't want to embarrass themselves or slow up play. Playing the Big One: A Survival Guide
  • I got to say that I haven't seen that movie and come to think of it where is peacemaker. and the rock (though i'm not sure if general hummel qualifies as a terrorist ...), and face / off and one or two james bond movies and a slew of other titles. undefined
  • She was grateful that she had found some candles, because the power had been flickering off and on.
  • Even though a qbit is a single 0 or 1 it has the strange ability to be 2 bits at once off and on at the same time, so a qbit-quark could easily convey to Consciousness whether or not it was creating length, or width, or height. Beyond The Bleep
  • For fourteen years, off and on, I have spent the spring on the south coast of Cornwall, in the heliotropic village of St Mawes.
  • On intercontinental flights that last as long as 20 hours, four pilots rotate with only one takeoff and one landing to hone their flying skills.
  • She heard a plane cross the sky and then the light blinked off and on, the sunlight, the sunray, an event she assembled through closed lids, and she knew the fog had finally lifted. THE BODY ARTIST
  • they phone each other off and on
  • The old saw about the bomb set to go off and only by waterboarding the terrorist can it be found to be disarmed is a specious argument. Tom McIntyre Explains His Picks for our 2009 Hunting and Fishing Heroes and Villians Face-Off
  • Intermingled with the brownish red are such bright and dark colors as orange, black, blue and green; seemingly translucent, they flicker off and on, exhibiting a coloring effect of remarkable appeal.
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