Notes on Nuance: "Sometimes"
Note how the word "sometimes" can be used, before a word, to add a bit more texture and context to a description.
"In retrospect, supremacy can feel inevitable, destined, merited, rather than the result of converging, often arbitrary, sometimes accidental events and conditions."
—Albert Samaha, Concepcion: An Immigrant Family's Fortunes (2021)
"Demonstrators staged noisy, sometimes violent protests, driving logging company trucks and tractors to the agency's offices and carrying banners."
—Richard Conniff, "Chasing the Illegal Loggers Looting the Amazon Rainforest" (2017)