Oftentimes In A Sentence

Definition of Oftentimes

(chiefly US) Frequently | (chiefly US) Repeatedly (Can we add an example for this sense?)

How To Use Oftentimes In A Sentence?

  • Half or more of the dorsum is oftentimes involved in the same stage of molt at once.
  • The spirit of conversation is oftentimes more important than the ideas expressed.
  • The remembrance of those childish reproaches haunts me yet oftentimes in my dreams.
  • But I am convinced that smaller offences are oftentimes more severely punished.
  • Muscatel raisins, eaten at dessert, will oftentimes without medicine relieve the bowels.
  • The position of the satirist is oftentimes one which he would not have chosen had the election been left to himself.
  • This unkindness is oftentimes unintentional, and due more to thoughtlessness than to deliberate hard-heartedness.
  • A man's reputation oftentimes depends upon the success he has had in hiding his character.
  • I have oftentimes been led to consider the relevancy of this chapter, and have finally decided to insert it.
  • He had now begun to write for the journals, though oftentimes his articles were refused on account of their fierce assaults.
  • They could scarcely fail to win the favour of an audience; and then oftentimes they had the additional advantage of being delivered by himself.
  • As a consequence artificial irrigation has to be resorted to, or much of this fertile country would oftentimes be a desert.
  • But the few enjoy their independence at the expense of those beneath them, and oftentimes by inflicting wrong and injustice upon their fellows.
  • And then again to eat oftentimes Pistaches, Almonds, Custards, and Tansies, &c.
  • One very noticeable and oftentimes laughable peculiarity was his proneness to charge every thing that went wrong to the state of the weather.
  • Perhaps the witness is only suffering from that partisanship, so fatal to fair evidence, of which oftentimes the witness himself is not conscious.
  • Fancy is a blind and reckless leader; and it gave our hero oftentimes a command which his reason would not have permitted him to accept.
  • When we got out of the lagoon and went along shore, the sea was so high that the canoe was oftentimes very near being filled with water.
  • The condors may oftentimes be seen at a great height, soaring over a certain spot in the most graceful spires and circles.
  • He was never tired of laying in new stores, and he persistently refreshed his memory by running over books which he had read oftentimes before.
  • They eat both animal and vegetable food, oftentimes diving deeply, and swimming far under water to find it.
  • Men hurried from one spot to another trying to find protection where there was none; oftentimes masses of earth were blown in on top of them.
  • Formerly, his lordship had been disposed to be lively, and oftentimes facetious; but now he was prodigiously grave, and almost sulky.
  • Promissory notes under his hand, which are passed oftentimes upon buying goods: bought also at time, as in the first head.
  • His poverty was such that he was oftentimes unable to obtain the music-paper with which to fasten the immortal thoughts that thronged through his brain.
  • And verily it looks but sadly (although it oftentimes happens) when a Man and his Wife do contend about this.
  • Alfred marvelled much, and oftentimes he said: "Our Harold is a wondrous huntsman.
  • And that is a Text then, so full of matter that there is oftentimes three or four hours preacht upon it, before any of the Auditors be weary.
  • We verily believe that oftentimes these habits originate in a burning and irritating sensation about the organs, caused by a want of thorough washing.
  • He was hampered by the fact that any change in the personnel of his department would be followed by inquiries from one party or the other, coupled oftentimes with complaints and criticisms.
  • Of kind remembrance any more for thee, Aias, who oftentimes for his behoof Hast jeoparded thy life in labour of war.
  • Located far distant oftentimes from the running stream, these hands enable him to disembowel the earth and there find an abundant supply of the all-necessary fluid.
  • The chorus leader intones a descriptive phrase, oftentimes improvising his own story, and is answered with a refrain from a dozen or a score of women.
  • It goes into literature and arranges the binding, the type, the illustrations of the book, and oftentimes the sentiments expressed and the theories evolved.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Oftentimes | Oftentimes Sentence

  • And oftentimes the one leads to the other.
  • Sir Lancelot oftentimes disguised himself.
  • Poets were her slaves, and oftentimes philosophers were caught in her toils.
  • And in this manner did they oftentimes deceive the servant of God.
  • And oftentimes he call'd her Primrose pearls prick'd in a blanket.
  • Nay, oftentimes the shaper's labor is worth more than the thought he shapes.

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