What’S Another Word For Sometimes?

What’s another word for randomly?

Randomly Synonyms – WordHippo Thesaurus….What is another word for randomly?haphazardlyanywaydesultorilyhelter-skelterwilly-nillyhit or missat randomcarelesslyinconstantlyunevenly138 more rows.

What is another word for have?

What is another word for have?possessownbearhogboasthave in handholdcarrybe in possession ofcommand43 more rows

What is the opposite word of sometimes?

Opposite of infrequently, rarely. frequently. often. much. oft.

What another word for could?

What is another word for could?wouldcancould perhapscould potentiallymight possiblymight potentiallypotentially willmay potentiallycould possiblymay actually4 more rows

What is a smart person called?

Although smart is most often used to describe someone who is intelligent, you can also call someone a smart, chic dresser or a smart, sassy wisecracker. Smart often implies something good, but not always.

What is a synonym for good knowledge?

“Only a select few have knowledge of the financial bids of both contenders.”…What is another word for have knowledge of?understandcomprehendapprehendfathomfollowgraspdiscerngetcognizenote224 more rows

What can I say instead of sometimes?

What is another word for sometimes?occasionallyat timeson occasionevery now and thennow and thenerraticallyfrom time to timeintermittentlyirregularlyonce in a while138 more rows

What is it called when you have no choice?

Its real meaning is to have no choice at all. …

What is another word for and?

What is another word for and?plusalongsideamongamongstalong withtogether withand alsoin conjunction withas well ascoupled with29 more rows

What is the definition of could?

—used to say that someone is not thinking about or considering something. See the full definition.

Can you please share or could you please share?

“Could” is the polite form of “can”—so both are correct, but we use them in different situations. We use “can” when we are telling someone to do something. We use “could” when we are making a request. Teacher to students: “Can you please be quiet!”