American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adv. Frequently; repeatedly.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Ofttimes; frequently; many times; often.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. Frequently; often; many times.
- adv. many times at short intervals
“We've got a tradition in this country of a press that oftentimes is opinionated.”
“So not only are we going after terror-sponsoring states, we've also worked aggressively to take down the financial networks that support them, to take away their logistical support, which oftentimes is found buried in otherwise legitimate organizations, non-governmental and charitable organizations.”
“Indeed our history teaches us that just appointing by label oftentimes surprises more than anything else.”
“Then when you talk about diabetes, though, it oftentimes translates into being at risk for heart attack and stroke.”
“My logical brain oftentimes has a hard time accepting that, thus such contrivances (which suit the author in the storytelling but not me with immersion) tend to break the mood.”
“And any number of them were in Northwest Washington, which oftentimes translates to near Rock Creek Park.”
“She had no conception of any destiny for a girl but that of marriage, and never tired of asking about "American girls," whom I described as oftentimes living and dying unmarried.”
“And first, the meaning of a word oftentimes is gradually narrowed.”
“He oftentimes is so absurd and insensible of kindnesses done him that he renders evil for good.”
“A man that truly inspired countless Americans to remember that life is not only fragile but oftentimes is short”
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