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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Even some of those Cowboys’ vaunted ’70s Super Bowl teams laid some eggs every now and then.
Forward runs every now and then when Spurs had a lapse in concentration.
Of course, skipping samples altogether is the greatest risk-reducer of all, but everybody needs an emergency touch-up now and then.
And every now and then, CASSINI floats across the central column, indicating a connection with the bus-sized spacecraft that has been orbiting Saturn for the last 13 years.
Our demand for change in the fashion industry is answered with the rare designer or brand that features a black model, a plus-size model, or even less likely, a transgender model, every now and then.
Whatever happens between now and then is merely prologue.
Married dads like Kanye need shirts that allow for maximum movement, and a couple extra ice cream cones now and then.
That line is more vulnerable to change, with David Booth and Luke Witkowski possibilities to take a spot now and then.
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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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