One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
From time to time.‘she walked quickly, pausing now and again for them to catch up’
occasionally, now and then, from time to time, sometimes, every so often, now and again, every now and again, at times, on occasion, on occasions, on the odd occasion, once in a while, every once in a whileView synonyms
- ‘He may come across as a bit doddery now and then, but when it comes to his one true passion the brain is as sharp as ever.’
- ‘Politics is not the sole focus of this blog, but the subject does pop up now and again.’
- ‘They do this by going back to the consumers every now and then with an increase in fees.’
- ‘As well as just watching a video it is a good idea to pause it every now and then and make notes on any facts you didn't know.’
- ‘Do either of you have the urge to break out and be the centre of attention now and then?’
- ‘My only complaint is that the bouncers seem to get a little picky on the dress code now and then.’
- ‘Do not use it as a major cooking oil, but you can use it now and then for flavoring.’
- ‘Every now and then, something came up which would completely knock you sideways.’
- ‘You will need to top up with chicken stock every now and then to stop it drying out.’
- ‘I will watch over you from the sidelines and perhaps, now and then, venture a comment.’
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