Examples of now and then in a Sentence
we do go to the library now and then, but not as often as we should
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Every now and then a word emerges from obscurity, or even from nothingness or a merely potential and not actual existence, into sudden popularity.
Only now and then do his Broncos revert back to their old ways and tackle putting their heads right into the ball carrier’s chest.
Running along the lettuce case was a rubber tube that every now and then sprayed water out in a subdued, reassuring hiss, covering the leaves in sensual drops.
Between now and then, however, the rhetoric will be as hot as a climate-change-driven summer day in Southern California.
Between now and then, our team has ample time to evaluate various redevelopment scenarios in order to create the plan that makes the most sense for the market.
Even President Trump can have a decent thought now and then.
Every now and then, the tool edge would hit (ouch) the outer face of the upper teeth.
Only every now and then did something make sense: a god was recognized.
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now and then Synonyms
at times, every now and then (or every now and again), from time to time, once in a while, on occasion;
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