thrice a day

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  • Once a day she did this, thrice a day she brought food. Cited from The Silent Places, by Steward Edward White
  • This may be done for a quarter-of-an-hour twice or thrice a day. Cited from Papers on Health, by John Kirk
  • I found it worth while to climb the hill for my coat thrice a day. Cited from Zone Policeman 88, by Harry A. Franck
  • Only the mail train has made stops at this station thrice a day.
  • I continued to visit him thrice a day, and he promised that he would accompany me to class when he got better. Cited from The Hero of the Humber, by Henry Woodcock
  • Let it stand thus two or three days in wood, laving it thrice a day, a pretty while each time. Cited from The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened, by Kenelm Digby
  • Such short baths may be taken twice or thrice a day. Cited from Papers on Health, by John Kirk
  • It was called apple sauce, and found its way to the table thrice a day. Cited from Life in Canada Fifty Years Ago, by Canniff Haight
  • Twice or thrice a day Fred saw his uncle, and there was much said about the affairs of the estate. Cited from An Eye for an Eye, by Anthony Trollope
  • Strain well, and let all in any danger have a teaspoonful of this thrice a day. Cited from Papers on Health, by John Kirk
  • I keep it in a private house apart, and there, ever since you lost your Queen, I have gone twice or thrice a day. Cited from Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare by E. Nesbit #6
  • Thrice a day we go to the plantation-houses for our meals, camp-arrangements being yet very imperfect. Cited from Army Life in a Black Regiment, by T. Higginson
  • Meat was provided twice and often thrice a day; it being more a matter of taste than economy as to the number of times it was served. Cited from Life in Canada Fifty Years Ago, by Canniff Haight
  • They visited me twice or thrice a day, and were perpetually cooing in my rooms. Cited from Lady Mary Wortley Montague, by Lewis Melville
  • A dram or two of the powder is given twice or thrice a-day. Cited from The Botanist's Companion, Vol. II, by William Salisbury
  • Twelve huge wagons, journeying thrice a day, required four nights and days to carry it from the mountain to the bay. Cited from National Epics, by Kate Milner Rabb
  • There is no bus facility to this village yet and need to walk 2 km to catch the only bus which comes thrice a day.
  • The Gunners would have made him drunk thrice a day for at least a fortnight. Cited from Soldiers Three, by Rudyard Kipling
  • Though utterly unlike in character, the twins got on remarkably well together, and seldom quarreled more than thrice a day. Cited from Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott
  • The long table in the dining-room groans thrice a day with generous fare. Cited from Fisherman's Luck, by Henry van Dyke
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