Examples of occasionally in a Sentence
Occasionally, things don't go as planned.
Cook on medium heat, stirring occasionally, for about 10 minutes.
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The dragon, which has a steampunk-looking design, normally rolls through the streets of the theme park, occasionally rearing its head and blowing smoke and fire into the air.
In the hearings, Deputy Labor Commissioner Stephen Franck has worked to unearth details from each employee about their complaints but has occasionally met with workers who cannot recall facts and do not have any evidence to verify their claims.
There have also been reports of a fallout between Mourinho and his star midfielder, with Pogba occasionally left out of the lineup and catching public criticism from his manager following lacklustre performances.
Outside the courthouse, a few dozen protesters stood on the sidewalk, carrying signs and occasionally chanting.
The sign's main feature is a heron, and locals occasionally dress the bird up for big events, such as Canada Day or a Canucks playoff game.
Haspel will have to provide either an especially nuanced or an especially blunt answer to this question, on which former CIA officials themselves have occasionally been divided.
The blood-sucking louses usually make their way from head to head, leaving children (and occasionally their caregivers), scratching, itching, and generally uncomfortable with idea of teeny-tiny parasites crawling all over their scalps.
Deukmejian departed from conservative orthodoxy only occasionally.
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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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Definition of occasionally for English Language Learners
: sometimes but not often
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