sometimes

[suhm-tahymz]
adverb
on some occasions; at times; now and then.

Origin:
1520–30; sometime + -s1

sometime, sometimes (see usage note at sometime).
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sometimes (ˈsʌmˌtaɪmz)
 
adv
1.  now and then; from time to time; occasionally
2.  obsolete formerly; sometime

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Example sentences
Sometimes the procession wends its way through the town, sometimes it covers
  only a short distance.
He is acclaimed for his advocacy of web standards, books and a sometimes
  prickly manner.
Sometimes survival means lying, stealing, or vanishing in place.
Sometimes these interviewees aren't well known, and sometimes they're famous.
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