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ever and again

antiquated From time to time; occasionally; now and then. Ever and again, I find something on television worth watching, but mostly I prefer to read.
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ever and anon

old-fashioned Sometimes. Now that she's married, Lady Evelyn only comes to her childhood home ever and anon.
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ever and anon

now and then; occasionally. (Literary and archaic.) Ever and anon the princess would pay a visit to the sorcerer in the small walled garden directly behind the castle.
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ever and again

Now and then, occasionally. For example, We visit her ever and again. This phrase has largely replaced the earlier ever and anon, dating from the late 1500s, but is less common than every now and then. [Late 1800s]
See also: again, and, ever
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It means Anon has thought about something long enough to formulate his own opinions.
PTTEP, the exploration flagship of PTT, Thailand's biggest energy firm, planned to spend 20 billion baht ($609 million) on investments in Australia in 2010-2011, chief executive Anon added.
Anon WHEN are people going to wake up to the fox population explosion?
ANON * ANDERS Breivik's horrendous massacre and car bomb was an insane way to get the EU countries' attention.
Anon IT was great to see Jackie Bird back on Reporting Scotland.
Anon DEL the cabbie seems to forget most of the freeloaders limping to the Disablity Benefits Centre in Glasgow are mini-cab drivers who are claiming disability benefit and working illegally.
ANON THE result of the Oldham East and Saddleworth by-election although a good win for Labour was not the meltdown in the Lib Dem vote confidently p re d i c t e d.
Anon IF reader Stewart Crichton lived in a country that had been invaded by foreign soldiers and members of his family had been murdered by them, would he buy a poppy to celebrate this?
Anon I BURST out laughing when my driving test examiner introduced himself by saying: "Hello, I'm Mr McPhail.
ANON I WOULD just like to comment on the free bus passes being scrapped.
Anon DO readers not realise that all lottery draws and results can be found on the BBC red button on your TV?
ANON WE'VE never heard from Coun Stephen Lambert for weeks then he writes about child poverty.
I HOPE I am not too late in replying to the letter in the Chronicle, August 31 by Anon, headed 'country going down the pan'.
Anon SCOTLAND has a legal system, not a justice system.