- adv. more often
- adv. more often or more frequently
“She used a term oftener heard in the purlieus of criminal courts.”
“How much oftener is one pricked by a rose than burned by a nettle!”
“I think I heard his name oftener mentioned at home than any one's.”
“From the way they are built, but oftener from the way they are kept, and from no intelligent inspection whatever being exercised over them, they are almost invariably dens of foul air, and the "servants 'health" suffers in an "unaccountable" (?) way, even in the country.”
“If visible objects are thought necessary to suggest the mention of his name oftener that it would otherwise occur to the mind, they should be such as to improve the taste, as well as awaken the patriotism of the beholder.”
“And in every part of the British Empire there are soldier lads who look upon this ex-sergeant-major of the Army Service Corps as their spiritual father, and there is no name oftener on their lips in South Africa than his.”
“He gave as his excuse for not calling oftener the enormous pressure of work which the crisis of the invasion of Pennsylvania had brought to his office.”
“I wish it were the fashion to call oftener on outbreaking sinners to pray in church.”
“It is said they wish you would call oftener, Monsieur Caird.”
“I'm sending flowers and notes and doing the best I can; but it won't do at all: I must call oftener -- must!”
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