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sometimes: from time to time, not always, on occasion
I come in late to work sometimes, but usually I arrive on time.

Note, don't confuse with sometime which means at some indefinite or unstated time or day.


  • "Sometimes I wonder if it's worth organising any kind of social activities at the company."
  • "Icarus : I used to think the same thing until I learned that, sometimes, the combined knowledge of lots of people is better than the knowledge of a few experts."
  • "Brian : Sometimes I put it on my cat."
  • "This meeting room is a communal area, sometimes used for internal meetings"
  • "Sometimes I just wish I could kiss the pain right out of you."
  • "Bruno : Sometimes, Susie, you need to think outside of the box."
  • "If you try sometimes, you just might find"
  • "The referee is a tit, but sometimes we have to live with many tits in life."
  • "I'm not sure how you work together, but sometimes a little friction can create a more positive work environment."
  • "And sometimes I wear a stupid little bow tie."

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