on occasion

ADVERB
  1. sporadically and infrequently
    he was arrogant and occasionally callous
    they visit New York on occasion
    now and again she would take her favorite book from the shelf and read to us
    as we drove along, the beautiful scenery now and then attracted his attention
    open areas are only occasionally interrupted by clumps of trees
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How To Use on occasion In A Sentence

  • He is not a wise man who cannot play the fool on occasion
  • Ian Hecht at Marturia. net fires one of the first Terra Insegura reviews into the the blogosphere, and though he has some quibbles (not to be confused with tribbles – although both can multiply rapidly on occasion, tribbles are furrier), in general, he likes it. LeaderPost preview of Follies, avec moi
  • And they are a rebuke to cultural pessimists in the West who often feel vindicated by the perfidies of the Muslim world but could stand, on occasion, to be humbled by examples of its courage. The Face of Pakistan's Courage
  • On occasion, when a school of blackfish disported by, each one of them a whale of respectable size, Nishikanta would be beside himself in the ecstasy of inflicting pain. CHAPTER XII
  • They do, on occasion, have pangs of conscience regarding self-centredness.
  • A fashion fact: the chopine was a 15th-century platform shoe that, on occasion, rose to a towering 30 inches, requiring madam to walk with a cane or simply a servant - a cane with legs? The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • And might ETs, on occasion, "abduct" CTs as well as humans? Posthuman Blues
  • Mademoiselle herself looked worthy of her squire, for her dark, animated face stood the test of the unrelieved whiteness so successfully, that she was all ablush with delight at the discovery that she was not an old woman after all, but on occasion could still look as girlish as she felt. Pixie O'Shaughnessy
  • He has written that academics work more insidiously than the street toughs they effectively team up with on occasion.
  • The journal must come out four times a year with the requisite number of articles in it, on occasion forcing hasty and sometimes ill-considered decisions.
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