oftentimes

[ aw-fuh n-tahymz, of-uh n-; awf-tuh n, of- ]SEE DEFINITION OF oftentimes

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Then the little bird's song can oftentimes be a comfort to you.

Oftentimes it's so faint it's more like a feelin' than a smell.

Which yet they do with so happy an impudence that oftentimes the civilians envy them that faculty.

Oftentimes since have I wondered what was the tenour of her prayers that night.

A traveller will oftentimes swing his hammock on a tree, and sleep in it all night.

You can tell at once what is in them, oftentimes to your sorrow.

Oftentimes, we know, the same cry has been heard in England--and alas!

Yet by her meekness she had oftentimes controlled them both.

Such had been oftentimes the case with her; but never so strong as now.

But the lining is now no better (oftentimes worse) than the coat.

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