- What is the antonym of could?
- What does every once in awhile mean?
- What is the opposite word of occasionally?
- What is another word for frequently?
- Whats another word for appears?
- What is another word for and?
- What is the antonym of sometimes?
- What does could mean?
- What is the opposite word of rise?
- What do you mean by periodically?
- What is the meaning of at times?
- What every now and then means?
- What can I say instead of sometimes?
- What is the best synonym for occasionally?
- What means occasionally?
- What does every now and again mean?
- What another word for could?
- What does every so often mean?
What is the antonym of could?
The word could is typically used: – To indicate possibility.
There are no categorical antonyms for this word.
The typical construction used to indicate the opposite of could is could not..
What does every once in awhile mean?
Definition of every once in a while : sometimes but not often : from time to time : occasionally We still see each other every once in a while.
What is the opposite word of occasionally?
What is the opposite of occasionally?infrequentlyneverwhimsicallyunfrequentlyonly occasionallyhardly everevery once in a whilesemioccasionallyscarcely everon rare occasions14 more rows
What is another word for frequently?
What is another word for frequently?oftenoftentimesrepeatedlycommonlycustomarilyhabituallymuchusuallyalwaysrecurrently235 more rows
Whats another word for appears?
What is another word for appear?ariseemergeensuecome to passcome forthactualizeloomcome aboutcome into beingcome into existence88 more rows
What is another word for and?
What is another word for and?ampersandand signcharactersymbol
What is the antonym of sometimes?
Antonyms of SOMETIMES ordinarily, never, regularly, often, interminably, usually, oft, hourly, incessantly, commonly, continuingly, endlessly, unceasingly, much, continuously, routinely, frequently, oftentimes, uninterruptedly.
What does could mean?
auxiliary verb (used to express possibility): I wonder who that could be at the door. That couldn’t be true. (used to express conditional possibility or ability): You could do it if you tried.
What is the opposite word of rise?
“I can usually sleep soundly at night after a hard day at work.”…What is the opposite of rise?decreasedropebbplummetplungerecedesinkslideslipslump85 more rows
What do you mean by periodically?
1 : at regular intervals of time. 2 : from time to time : frequently.
What is the meaning of at times?
phrase. You use at times to say that something happens or is true on some occasions or at some moments.
What every now and then means?
Occasionally, from time to time; also, periodically. For example, Every now and then I long for a piece of chocolate, or We take long walks every now and again, or Every once in a while he’ll call, or Every so often she washes the car. The first term dates from the first half of the 1700s, the last from the mid-1900s.
What can I say instead of sometimes?
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR SOMETIMESever so often.every once in a while.every so often.from time to time.now and again.now and then.once and again.once in a while.More items…
What is the best synonym for occasionally?
Synonyms forhardly.infrequently.periodically.seldom.sometimes.sporadically.at times.from time to time.
What means occasionally?
adjective. occurring or appearing at irregular or infrequent intervals; occurring now and then: an occasional headache. intended for supplementary use when needed: an occasional chair. pertaining to, arising out of, or intended for the occasion: occasional verses.
What does every now and again mean?
phrase. If you say that something happens now and then or every now and again, you mean that it happens sometimes but not very often or regularly.
What another word for could?
What is another word for could?wouldcancould perhapscould potentiallymight possiblymight potentiallypotentially willmay potentiallycould possiblymay actually4 more rows
What does every so often mean?
phrase. If something happens every so often, it happens regularly, but with fairly long intervals between each occasion. She’s going to come back every so often.