Endowed with a gentle demeanour, he is almost always clutching a small notebook, which he scribbles on intermittently.
As Osborne spoke, Roubini sat and listened, intermittently nodding his head and crossing and uncrossing his arms across his chest.
This went on for about five minutes intermittently, as I dealt with other officers inquiring about my job and ID.
Self-immolation has been around for centuries, having been intermittently practiced by protesting monks in the East.
No matter how tumultuous and intermittently brutal the situation, kinship networks and their leaders retain persuasive influence.
It has been my habit to think so, but intermittently, by fits and starts.
Shadow vanished and reappeared, intermittently, like a flashing light.
Shakespeare bought it in 1597, and in it he passed, intermittently, a considerable part of the last nineteen years of his life.
Mankind has struggled with it intermittently since civilization began.
Thirty years ago politics were only intermittently concerned with social problems.
intermittent in·ter·mit·tent (ĭn'tər-mĭt'nt)
Stopping and starting at intervals.
Marked by intervals of complete quietude occurring between two periods of activity.