What are antonyms for occasionally?
antonyms for occasionally
What is antonym sometimes?
Antonym of Sometimes
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What word is less than occasionally?
Clue: Less than occasionally
We have 1 answer for the crossword clue Less than occasionally. Possible Answers: ONCE.
What is an antonym for periodically?
What is the opposite of periodically?
|now and again
|off and on
What is opposite word?
The opposite word is a noun. It is a word that expresses a meaning as opposed to the importance of another word, in which case the two words are antonyms of each other. Synonyms: antonym, opposite. Parents and teachers can find exciting ways to teach opposite words to kids when they are learning the skill of opposites.
What is opposite in simple words?
1 : being at the other end, side, or corner We live on opposite sides of the street. 2 : being as different as possible They ran in opposite directions. 3 : being in a position to contrast with or cancel out Consider the opposite side of the question.
What is the synonym of sometimes?
every once in a while. infrequently. not often. now and again. occasionally.
How do you say sometimes?
Does often mean sometimes?
Often and frequently may be used interchangeably in most cases, but often implies numerous repetitions and, sometimes, regularity of recurrence: We often go there; frequently suggests especially repetition at comparatively short intervals: It happens frequently.
What is a word for something that happens sometimes?
occasional. adjective. happening sometimes, but not frequently or regularly.
Which is correct sometime or sometimes?
Sometime means “at some point.” As an adjective, sometime also means “former.” Some time means “a period of time”—usually a long period of time. Sometimes means “occasionally.”
Where do we use sometimes in a sentence?
Adverb His jokes are funny, but sometimes he goes too far. Sometimes I take the bus to work. We all make mistakes sometimes. She works nine hours a day, sometimes more than that.
Can we use sometimes in past tense?
Sometimes is typically used with the simple present and simple past. It can be placed immediately before the main verb, or before the subject: Sometimes I drive to school / I sometimes drive to school.
What’s the word for doing two things at once?
simultaneously Add to list Share. Use the adverb simultaneously to describe actions that occur at the same time.
Can sometime be plural?
There is an s form of sometime, but it is not a plural. Adverbs don’t have plural forms. The morphemes some and time occur in three combinations: sometime, sometimes, and some time.