intermittently

All Adverb
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  • The building has since been intermittently used as a performance space and church.
  • While not common, such practice has occurred intermittently over the last two thousand years.
  • However he taught her intermittently for two years, during his visit to the city.
  • She grew up on the family farm and attended a local school intermittently.
  • However, he only played basketball intermittently through middle school and high school.
  • Later in July he had back problems that forced him to sit out intermittently.
  • They kept on intermittently returning the army fire till all three of them were eliminated.
  • Beighle followed him and they lived together intermittently over the next two years.
  • He appeared intermittently for the test side, gaining more success in the one day game.
  • Over the next two seasons Johnson featured intermittently in the first team.
  • The organization has intermittently run a Sunday school and a youth group.
  • But intermittently continued in this role for nearly three years, but without any consistent success.
  • However, the station was operated only intermittently, and would be off the air for weeks at a time.
  • She did, however, continue to write new songs and perform intermittently.
  • It also was used intermittently to support small military units.
  • Ships visited the bay intermittently but only one house was here for customs purposes.
  • This competition has been held intermittently since then, in a variety of formats.
  • Afterwards the mines operated intermittently while most of the residents moved away.
  • The proposal came up again intermittently throughout the 1970s, but nothing came of it.
  • He probably continued intermittently at it until his death.
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Synonyms of intermittently

Meaning of intermittently

  • adverb In an intermittent manner
    intermittently we questioned the barometer