- intermittent acute porphyria,
- intermittent claudication,
- intermittent cramp,
- intermittent current,
- intermittent explosive disorder
Origin of intermittent
Examples from the Web for intermittent
Internet availability was “intermittent” and other forms of communication scarce.
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The situation of the convent is not healthy, and in consequence the monks frequently suffer from intermittent fever.
The most common diseases are dysentery, intermittent fever, and heart and liver complaints.Narrative of the Circumnavigation of the Globe by the Austrian Frigate Novara, Volume II|Karl Ritter von Scherzer
The destruction of shipping by German submarines in this western section of the Mediterranean had an intermittent regularity.The Summons|A.E.W. Mason
One of the old man's intermittent nervous fits had frightened them into the quasi-fabrication of this little innocent tale.Sandra Belloni, Complete|George Meredith
As a matter of fact the Huns suspected that farm, and with good reason, and treated it to intermittent "Hate."Leaves from a Field Note-Book|J. H. Morgan
c.1600, from Latin intermittentem (nominative intermittens), present participle of intermittere (see intermission). Related: Intermittently.