oftener

[ US /ˈɔfənɝ, ˈɔftənɝ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɒfənɐ/ ]
ADVERB
  1. more often or more frequently
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How To Use oftener In A Sentence

  • Unless contraindicated, prophylaxis with a gastrointestinal motility stimulant laxative and a stool softener is appropriate in terminally ill patients who are being given opioids.
  • Rainwater typically has very low hardness levels, which reduces the use of soaps and detergents, and eliminates the need for a water softener.
  • The most common way to soften household water is to use a water softener.
  • Every sin, the oftener it is committed, the more it acquireth in the quality of evil; as it succeeds in time, so it proceeds in degrees of badness; for as they proceed they ever multiply, and, like figures in arithmetick, the last stands for more than all that went before it. Religio Medici
  • 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. Notes on Nursing: What It Is, and What It Is Not
  • Die Ziet ist unendlich lang is an admonition that can be profitably invoked upon human enterprise in general far oftener than it is, but the time for this particular enterprise is very closely limited by circumstances. The Jewish Problem in America
  • Before you put your clothes away for the winter, insert a fabric softener sheet or lavender sachet to keep them smelling fresh for next season.
  • After fluttering thus from branch to branch, like the poor birdling that cannot take its flight, discouraged by his wretched attempts at life, he plunged straight before him, hoping for nothing but a turn of luck, driving over the roads and fields, lending a hand to the farmers, sleeping in stables and garrets, or oftener in the open air; sometimes charitably sheltered in a kind man's barn, and perhaps -- oh bliss! Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 12, No. 29, August, 1873
  • They smell of fabric softener but have perfect little Goth get-ups - angry black t-shirts, leather collars, safety pins & black lips.
  • Observations have shown increased copper levels in water softened with ion exchange water softeners.
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