off-and-on definition

  • adverb:
    • On various tacks, today toward, and today from, the land.
    • maybe not regularly
  • adjective:
    • discontinuous; not constant. Opposite of continuous.
    • intermittently preventing and beginning
  • others:
    • Periodic.

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    • The family has sought deals off-and-on
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