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Synonyms for oftentimes

many times at short intervals

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Each Book consists of twelve cantos (of from forty to ninety stanzas each) and oftentimes Spenser has difficulty in filling out the scheme.
Oftentimes, indeed, by the persistent loading of the dice against the villains and scapegoats, the reader's sympathy is half aroused in their behalf.
Oftentimes, when we had occasion to break out in the hold, and I beheld the successive tiers of casks and barrels, whose contents were all destined to be consumed in due course by the ship's company, my heart has sunk within me.
Oftentimes at the doctor's office, called "white coat syndrome," our blood pressure can be a bit higher than it usually is.
School-age children with diabetes face unique challenges and sometimes dangerous situations tied to their oftentimes unpredictable glucose levels.
A large number of our customers frequent Mexico and oftentimes they come back from business and visiting family and they have leftover pesos in their pocket,'' Gamm said.
Oftentimes, though, as in the case of the lengthy explication of a poem by Irish Romantic poet Thomas Moore, Gates provides more information than we need or want to know.
Oftentimes, outbreaks go without protection programs.
They're dropped off at Queensboro Plaza in the middle of the night with only their clothes and a three ride MetroCard and oftentimes, no one there to meet them.
Soul singer and Scientologist Isaac Hayes, who provided the voice of Chef on the oftentimes controversial animated TV show "South Park," quit the show March 10, saying "There is a place in this world for satire, but there is a time when satire ends and intolerance and bigotry toward religious beliefs of others begins.
Oftentimes, plumage and other features are so similar between species that differentiating them can seem close to impossible.
electronic stability program) to EPB (electric parking brakes)--available for drivers to use, oftentimes unbeknownst to them, as the control systems kick in in response to inputs from sensors deployed on the vehicle.
And we don't oftentimes make the distinction between legal and illegal.
His message is clear, and oftentimes, he repeats parts of his message to drive home his points, knowing that often we must read or hear an idea or concept numerous times before we can inculcate it into our hearts and minds.
Many state associations have been active legislatively working to change some aspect of their profession, and oftentimes the end result will have a domino effect on nearby states.