[ US /ˈɔfənˌtaɪmz, ˈɔftənˌtaɪmz/ ]
[ UK /ˈɒfɪntˌaɪmz/ ]
[ UK /ˈɒfɪntˌaɪmz/ ]
many times at short intervals
we often met over a cup of coffee
How To Use oftentimes In A Sentence
- I think the real target oftentimes is not the underclass so much as it is college students.
- Nothing was too much trouble for her to do in the way of helping us, and oftentimes tears would bedim her eyes as she looked at me and baby, who always laughed at her; perhaps thinking of her loneliness after we were gone, perhaps of the possibility of our not returning to Tankar, and even of the uncertainty of life in the far interior. With the Tibetans in Tent and Temple: Narrative of Four Years' Residence on the Tibetan Borders, and of a Journey into the Far Interior
- I can go something like this and we would call that a rhythm superimposing longs and shorts different patterns, patterns that oftentimes repeat.
- He oftentimes is so absurd and insensible of kindnesses done him that he renders evil for good. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)
- The streets were so choked with sellers and shoppers alike that oftentimes only one lane of the street was passable for cars.
- Another and oftentimes fatal mistake made by the nonprofessional is the indiscriminate and reckless use of aconite. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
- Oftentimes changes are made toward the end of development, and they program workarounds.
- Ivan Booth introduces "What Online Activism Can Learn from Community Organizing":"There's often a disconnect between what's seen as online activism--referred to as "slacktivism," sometimes accurately but oftentimes sloppily, and community-based social change Michael Silberman: Looking for What Works: Best Online Organizing Reads of 2010
- Oftentimes, it is not the cortisol stimulating properties which are cited for their healing properties but some other biochemical agent such as allantoin in comfrey.
- A man that truly inspired countless Americans to remember that life is not only fragile but oftentimes is short The Ripple Effect