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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Matt Stone, Courier Journal BOISE, Idaho — John Calipari exaggerates every now and then.
Tom Hiddleston Does Chris Evans Hiddleston can’t help but try out his Avengers: Infinity War costar’s charming American accent every now and then.
The production included a coyly doleful sub-Chaplin clown figure who put on a red nose now and then, but that was about as vulnerable as the show got.
Every now and then, some deputies do act out and vote their conscience.
Every now and then, a photo essay would inspire a genuine meaningful exchange of ideas, where strangers would listen to, and even learn from, each other.
The writer [David Scarpa] gave him a hint of humanity every now and then.
Cook, stirring now and then, until tender, 12 to 13 minutes.
Cook until brown on both sides, flipping them every now and then.
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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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