An intermitting stream, having its source at some distant basin.
She's down with intermitting fever, and old Miss Beadles is dead and buried.
A damp air disposes the body to agues, intermitting fevers, and dropsies, and should be studiously avoided.
The countenance was anxious, the pulse about 90, and intermitting irregularly.
He was cold—a chilling sweat stood upon his face, his respiration was short and interrupted, his pulse weak and intermitting.
The water is black and heavy, and subject to intermitting storms.
"Couldn't think of disturbing him for that, Mr. Fry," replied Mrs. Davies, not intermitting her work for a single moment.
The interrupter is the arrangement for intermitting the primary current.
Mrs. Tams, intermitting her duties, stood still and gazed at Rachel.
He fetched his breath rather hard; his pulse was low, but neither accelerated nor intermitting.