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Having the characteristic of a spasm or convulsion.
The doctor said that the medicine could cause spasmodic episodes.
Happening intermittently; from time to time.
The spasmodic sound of fireworks made the little boy frightened.
Occurring at different intervals, with no set pattern.
The rain this summer has been sporadic, which is why I’ve seen my dad watering the lawn so much.
Short-lived; temporary; only passing, not permanent.
Kami was involved in another of her transitory relationships.
To move back and forth, especially being unable to make up ones mind.
I vacillated between blue socks or red socks all morning.
Naturally out of habit or routine; regular and common.
It became habitual for Joseph to brush his teeth every morning.
Continuing without interruption, sometimes to an excessive degree.
In incessant snow was becoming overwhelming for my stressed mom.
Not able to be grasped, held, or understood.
Tess struggled with math because she felt it was impalpable.
Having little or no importance or impact.
The hurricane caused Jo destruction so it was incidental.
Unrelated to the matter being considered.
Taylor’s answer to the question was very irrelevant.
A small, very modest, or token amount.
Billy took a modicum of Jesse’s birthday cake.
Not essential; of little or trivial importance.
When Sadie looked on Google, she found a lot of nonessential information to what she was looking for.
The least bit; just an iota.
Savanah didn’t give a whit about finishing her math homework.
In a large or impressive amount or significance.
The teacher found her suggestion considerable.
Of extreme degree, characteristics,strength, or effort.
Alex’s training was so intense that she won a gold medal.
Significant and meaningful; sometimes even historically important.
Jonathan made a momentous decision to throw the football which led them to a victory.