ofttimes

[ aw-fuh n-tahymz, of-uh n-; awf-tuh n, of- ]SEE DEFINITION OF ofttimes
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The exponent of Rousseau was ofttimes "long preaching," like St. Paul.

True to his friends, if, indeed, he loves them; and ofttimes false to his own interest.

Ofttimes he drew his sleeve across his face, but there was no damming that trickle.

It is so darkened that ofttimes it seems to have been quite put out.

Strychnia alone, or with either of these oils, is ofttimes beneficial.

Ofttimes we are moved to declare things, that are seemingly incredible.

Ofttimes with a large tree the trunk is left and only the limbs taken.

Ofttimes in doing this he appears to use his jaw as a lever.

So contradictory are ofttimes the ways of God and the opinions of man.

Ofttimes they may be likened rather to the mountains and valleys in a good survey.

WORD ORIGIN

extended form of often, attested from early 15c.

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