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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Despite curious residents opening the box every now and then, the box had gone unused since being installed — that changed in November.
Every now and then, a camper decides to challenge Lynch, the same way someone might pick a fight with the biggest guy in the bar.
Having tattoos and piercings. Enjoying wine every now and then.
Someone who doesn't back down, plays with an edge, picks up some technical fouls every now and then and doesn’t mind being the bad guy.
Who, presented with a life in which his every move is analyzed, and every talent monetized, wouldn't wonder about a simpler existence now and then?
Every now and then, Amazon runs a collection of deals on Logitech accessories—today is one of those days.
While the plot spins out of control, stopping every now and then for an Elton John dance party, the pairs learn a lot about demonstrating proper appreciation for their partners.
So every now and then, throw everyone else under the bus.
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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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