oftentimes oftentimes  /ˈɔ fən ˌtaɪmz/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) many times at short intervals

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Usage(s):

  1. For example, if it's a neurological compound, oftentimes the cat is the preferred model because the neurological system of the cat more closely mimics that of a human.
  2. When pressed how this could be so, since oftentimes they were 25 miles upriver, he backed down.
  3. Returning to the Gulf Coast, This Old House tells the storyin words, photos, and videoof how ordinary people are rebuilding, oftentimes without insurance.

News

  1. Wisconsin Football: 3 Biggest Challenges for Offensive Coordinator Andy Ludwig

    Oftentimes, what goes overlooked in coaching is the amount of turnover there is among assistants every year, and Wisconsin football has seen plenty of that despite only having two coaching changes over the past few decades. Along with the arrival of new head coach Gary Andersen, the Badgers had to find replacements at both offensive and defensive coordinator. Having previously worked with ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

  2. The 10 Best Backup Quarterbacks in the NFL

    No one would argue that starting quarterback is the single most important position on any NFL team, but oftentimes the quality of the backup signal-caller is also of paramount importance. It's what makes quarterbacks like Matt Moore (Dolphins), Matt Hasselbeck (Colts) and Kyle Orton (Cowboys) so valuable. Now, this list is about the best backup quarterbacks, so I am in no way, shape or form ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

  3. Canine therapy helps patients cope with trauma

    When most people think of the program, oftentimes the image of horses helping people overcome mental and physical pain or trauma comes to mind, but horses are only the beginning.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: KTIV Sioux City

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