now and then
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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Knead for 3 minutes, starting on the lowest speed and gradually increasing to medium, pausing every now and then to scrape down the sides and incorporate any dry bits on the bottom of the bowl.
Even a Countess has to let loose in Florida every now and then.
Every now and then a couple of guys go off and pick up a win like that.
Every big movie studio has a critical flop now and then.
My infant son grabbed a branch now and then, and the dog slept under the last whorl of branches, near the lighted parts.
Jones, Hicks hit two each as Tigers win for first time without Justin Verlander on roster Wochit Every now and then, the Detroit Tigers are going to run into one.
Even celebrities enjoy being tourist-y every now and then.
At some point in the future, Tesla cars will be able to not just take the wheel now and then, but also conduct entire trips without any driver input, Musk says.
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now and then Synonyms
Synonymshere and there, now, sometimes, occasionally
Related Wordsintermittently, off and on, periodically, recurrently; infrequently, little, rarely, seldom; irregularly, sporadically, variously
Near Antonymsfrequently, hourly, much, oft, often, oftentimes (or ofttimes); commonly, ordinarily, regularly, routinely, usually; always, consistently, constantly, invariably; continually, continuingly, continuously, incessantly, perpetually, unceasingly, uninterruptedly; endlessly, ever, interminably
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