- 1) By the time two years had passed, she learnt to disregard their noise, and oftentimes slept through it.
- 2) Even on group activities, he oftentimes found himself alone without quite knowing how.
- 3) We've got a tradition in this country of a press that oftentimes is opinionated.
- 4) 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.
- 5) Then when you talk about diabetes, though, it oftentimes translates into being at risk for heart attack and stroke.
- 6) Indeed our history teaches us that just appointing by label oftentimes surprises more than anything else.
- 7) 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.
- 8) And any number of them were in Northwest Washington, which oftentimes translates to near Rock Creek Park.
- 9) 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.
- 10) And first, the meaning of a word oftentimes is gradually narrowed.
- 11) He oftentimes is so absurd and insensible of kindnesses done him that he renders evil for good.
- 12) A man that truly inspired countless Americans to remember that life is not only fragile but oftentimes is short
- 13) ‘I think when a movement happens, oftentimes it usually doesn't come down to one person.’
- 14) ‘Corporations have the money to snap up the tickets, and oftentimes the regular fan gets left out.’
- 15) ‘You know, lawyers oftentimes get criticized about the justice system.’
- 16) ‘Technology is all fine and well, but oftentimes we are reminded of the flawed human element which created it in the first place.’
- 17) ‘I think he distorts fact, and oftentimes his distortions are believed by a lot of people that ought to take another look.’
- 18) ‘I think the real target oftentimes is not the underclass so much as it is college students.’
- 19) ‘We are also here on the beach seeing a lot of people, as you oftentimes do, here on the ocean front.’
- 20) ‘He generally has struck during the week, and oftentimes has struck during the morning rush hour.’
- 21) ‘Admittedly, military service does change a person and oftentimes for the better.’
- 22) ‘The honesty and openness of her words are oftentimes scary, yet somehow surprisingly liberating.’
- 23) ‘She clowned around a little bit, which is really what oftentimes goes on in these sessions.’
- 24) ‘It was free flowing, oftentimes amusing, and almost like talking to a friend; very pleasant in all respects.’
- 25) ‘They come to see markets, then oftentimes spend more money in local shops.’
- 26) ‘There is oftentimes an intense desire for a fresh start from a victim of disease who comes off of it, even for short periods of remission.’
- 27) ‘In an oftentimes dull political world, his ability and feistiness come through.’
- 28) ‘oftentimes the most successful developments are those that evolve slowly.’
- 29) ‘oftentimes I see that players in form slumps really are just forgetting about doing the basics that they're supposed to be doing.’
- 30) ‘Cultural dissonance oftentimes manifests itself in different lifestyles and preferences.’
- 31) ‘They take multiple routes across a complex educational landscape, oftentimes without a roadmap.’
- 32) ‘These men oftentimes made original contributions to scientific endeavor.’