Definition of 'oftentimes'
Example sentences containing 'oftentimes'
By the time two years had passed, she learnt to disregard their noise, and oftentimes slept through it.GWENDOLEN (2003)
They were always telling each other how lucky they were to live this long and oftentimes praising the Lord for giving them enough to eat.GWENDOLEN (2003)
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