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oftentimes

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoftentimesof‧ten‧times /ˈɒfəntaɪmz $ ˈɒːf-/ adverb American English informal 🔊 🔊 OFTENoften 🔊 Oftentimes I have to wait more than 20 minutes for a bus.
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oftentimesIn the workplace, for example, there oftentimes are no accommodations for people who have the responsibilities of parenthood.Like climbers and fell-walkers, they frequently attract animosity, oftentimes from locals in the areas they use for their sport.The most unfortunate, the most destructive, and oftentimes the most stubbornly-fought conflicts are those of an intra-provincial or civil character.Oftentimes, these products are out of date almost as soon as they come on the market.
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