Definition of On occasion

1. Adverb. Now and then or here and there. "As we drove along, the beautiful scenery now and then attracted his attention"

Definition of On occasion

1. Adverb. occasionally, from time to time, now and then ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of On Occasion

on her own(p)
on high
on his own(p)
on hold
on ice
on impulse
on it
on its merits
on land
on leave
on leg
on line
on loan
on message
on no account
on occasion (current term)
on offer
on one's bill
on one's deathbed
on one's feet
on one's guard(p)
on one's hands
on one's head
on one's high horse
on one's knees
on one's last legs
on one's mark
on one's mind
on one's own
on one's own(p)

Literary usage of On occasion

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1. The History of the French Revolution by Adolphe Thiers (1840)
"The sections had no cannon ; they had given them all up on occasion of the 4th of Prairial ; and [those who were now the most ardent had been the first to ..."

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