ofttimes ofttimes


  • (adv) many times at short intervals



  1. Yet ofttimes in his maddest mirthful mood Strange pangs would flash along Childe Harold's brow, As if the memory of some daily feud.
  2. Furthermore, the present purpose of history-teaching, to inculcate patriotism, ofttimes defeats itself by arousing a false hatred of foreigners, resulting in wars.
  3. A Harley Street physician or surgeon always comports himself decorously, properly, ofttimes pompously.


  • Todd Graham, son suffer in-flight scare on recruiting trip

    Given the amount of air miles college coaches log on the recruiting trail, they’re bound to run into some (literal) turbulence that ofttimes necessitates a change of drawers. Last month, Todd Graham and a family member found themselves with such an unfortunate set of circumstances. Two Fridays ago, the Arizona State head coach and his…
    on November 4, 2013     Source: NBC Sports: CollegeFootballTalk

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