From time to time; now and then; once in a while; irregularly; at infrequent intervals.
*1592 , Gabriel Harvey, "Fovre Letters", Miscellaneous Tracts , page 56
*:Were nothing els di?cour?ively in?erted (as ?ome little el?e occa?ionally pre?ented it ?elfe), what paper more currently fit for the bare?t mechanicall u?es,...
*1619 , John Richardson, John Toland, The canon of the New Testament Vindicated , page 30
*:I think it is plain, that Origen'', whatever Character he may have occa?ionally given of this Book, did not judge it any part of the ''Canon ...
*1639 , Henry Ainsworth, Annotations Upon the Five Books of Moses, the Book of the Psalmes and the Song of Songs , page 177.
*:God ?etteth no houres for the morning or evening ?acrifice because they may occa?ionally be changed.
* 1855 , Horace Mann, "On the Statistical Position of Religious Bodies in England and Wales," Journal of the Statistical Society of London , vol. 18, no. 2, p. 152,
* 1978 , Stephen R. Graubard, "Twenty Years of 'Daedalus'," Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences , vol. 32, no. 3, p. 18,
- Some perhaps worship only on alternate Sundays; others still more occasionally .
* 2007 , Matt Gouras/AP, "
- The journal, more occasionally , has turned to what might be called "fashionable" themes.
Wildfires Rage in Montana," Time , 17 Aug,
- Flames could still be seen from town flaring up occasionally on a hill dotted with emergency vehicles.