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at times, every now and then, every so often, from time to time, now and again, now and then, occasionally, off and on, once in a while, on occasion  
   always, consistently, constantly, continually, eternally, ever, everlastingly, evermore, forever, invariably, perpetually, unceasingly, without exception  
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You use sometimes to say that something happens on some occasions rather than all the time.      adv   ADV with cl/group, ADV with v  
During the summer, my skin sometimes gets greasy..., Sometimes I think he dislikes me..., You must have noticed how tired he sometimes looks..., Other people's jobs were exactly the same<endash>sometimes good, sometimes bad.     

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You use sometime to refer to a time in the future or the past that is unknown or that has not yet been decided.      adv   ADV with v, ADV with cl/group  
The sales figures won't be released until sometime next month..., Why don't you come and see me sometime?...     

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! have consideration for himself draws you sometimes that of others n.
avoir de la considération pour soi vous attire quelquefois celle des autres

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