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
Recent Examples of now and then from the Web
The outfits may change and a hurricane makes a destructive path now and then, but Galveston Island's best feature has stayed pretty much the same.
Between now and then, the Beavers will try to move past an emotional victory over a team that had been coming to dethrone them.
Cook, shaking pan now and then, until crisp, about 3 minutes.
If that means a little cannibalism now and then, so be it.
My husband’s younger cousin also comes over every now and then to do his laundry and eat.
Maybe all the folks who tune into college ball on Saturdays should buy a ticket now and then to watch future college football stars on Fridays.
The idea of a single citywide library system still arises now and then, usually for fiscal reasons.
Here's to moms permitting themselves to exit stage left from motherhood now and then, and feel liberated to pursue pleasure for pleasure's sake, through a glass or wine or whatever else their unburdened hearts might desire.
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First Known Use of now and then
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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