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intermittent (adjective), more intermittent, most intermittent
1. Stopping and starting at regular intervals: Trains, busses, and other means of transportation have intermittent schedules so people can plan their trips better or get to their places of work at a set time more efficiently.
2. Stopping and starting at irregular times: Rain showers usually fall at intermittent intervals making it difficult to plan picnics out in the park in the summer.
3. Alternately containing and lowering of water: There are many examples of intermittent lakes; especially, in regions where there are unpredictable amounts of rain per year that may cause the lakes to rise when there is a lot of rain or to become lower when there is a drought.
Starting and stopping periodically or alternating.
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This entry is located in the following units: inter-, intero- (page 10) miss-, mis-, -miss, -mis, mit-, mitt-, -mit, -mitt (page 3)
Word Entries at Get Words: “more intermittent
Stopping and starting at regular intervals or at irregular times. (1)