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- adv. in an episodic manner; in episodes
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an episodical manner; by way of episode.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an episodic manner
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Of the three movements which the work comprises, the first makes the most lasting impression, although the second (the slow movement) has a haunting subject, which is recalled episodically in the final movement in a passage of unforgettable beauty and character.
Not only has pot been smoked for thousands of years, it is relatively harmless, you cannot overdose on it, and the normal users uses it only "episodically" or infrequently for recreational purposes.
While we in the United States episodically mount cross-cultural projects, the Royal Opera House Muscat can do it consistently and at the highest levels of quality.
We'll see more novels doled out episodically, on the model of TV series or, for that matter, the serial novels of the 19th century.
The army has episodically intervened to take over power whenever they thought they could get away with it.
This means political passions are likely to move elsewhere -- finding their voices in grass-roots movements, social media, demonstrations, boycotts, and meet-ups -- on the Main Streets and in the backwaters, and only episodically in the mainstream media or in normal election-year events.
World spare capacity ends this year at less than 4 million barrels, assuming no serious geopolitical upsets take out production, even episodically.
My regret is that she, who could be "a vision eterne," should be doomed to receive episodically your considerate affection.
Hype surrounds a hot offering, such as LinkedIn, and the details of the ensuing months are covered more episodically.
Interactions here and there episodically would have been fine, but as soon as we hit Venice, about halfway through the story, it was downhill for me.