[aw-fuh n-tahymz, of-uh n-; awf-tuh n, of-]
Also oft·times [awft-tahymz, oft-, awf-, of-] /ˈɔftˌtaɪmz, ˈɒft-, ˈɔf-, ˈɒf-/.
Origin of oftentimes
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Examples from the Web for oftentimes
The Garfield specials are also unique for their deadpan delivery and oftentimes bleak worldview.Garfield Television: The Cat Who Saved Primetime Cartoons
November 5, 2014
Oftentimes public fear like this can be a self-indulgent kind of collective astral projection.The Real Nightmare of Ferguson
August 15, 2014
And oftentimes, we can project hypochondria onto others, Akerman said.Strangers Diagnose Your Illness and Get Cash in Return
August 15, 2014
Oftentimes, you can look at your data in the app that collects it.Self-Tracking for N00bz
Jamie Todd Rubin
July 24, 2014
His shoots, oftentimes for Vogue, would also “wind up with sex.”Speed Read: Terry Richardson on Sex, Lies, and Lindsay Lohan
June 16, 2014
Then the little bird's song can oftentimes be a comfort to you.What Sami Sings with the Birds
Oftentimes it's so faint it's more like a feelin' than a smell.Meadow Grass
Which yet they do with so happy an impudence that oftentimes the civilians envy them that faculty.The Praise of Folly
Oftentimes since have I wondered what was the tenour of her prayers that night.The Strolling Saint
A traveller will oftentimes swing his hammock on a tree, and sleep in it all night.
Word Origin and History for oftentimes
extended form of often, attested from early 15c.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper