- un- + often (Wiktionary)
“As was not unoften the case it seemed to be stuck.”
“If the board had been laid flat on the ground, the captive then on her back, the position, immediately, would have been recognized as a common binding position, one which girls are not unoften put for slave use.”
“I think his true genius — his true competitive edge — is for making real mischief, in markets, for competitors, for people he dislikes and, funnily, not unoften for himself and those who sail in him.”
“But even there the state not unoften utilizes trained feast slaves, rented from various establishments or, upon certain occasions, even the girls from a Ubar's own pleasure gardens.”
“But even there the state not unoften utilizes trained feast slaves, rented from carious establishments or, upon certain occasions, even the girls from a Ubarâ ™ s own pleasure gardens. âThank you for your observation, â I said. âIt is nothing, â he said.”
“For example, poets not unoften use the walls to publish their work, so to speak.”
“In their fall they not unoften took others with them, the some seventy feet or so, to the landing, the wall lower on the harbor side then the land side.”
“But if eye contact is made, then there is not unoften a fight to the death.”
“In this way the inn usually recovers its money and, not unoften, turns a profit.”
“Also, not unoften, depending on the numbers involved, and particularly when traversing, or sojourning in, dangerous countries, verr, tarsk, and bosk may also be found within the wagon enclosure.”
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