Definition of oftentimes in English:

oftentimes

Syllabification: of·ten·times
Pronunciation: /ˈôf(t)ənˌtīmz, ˈäf-
 
 
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adverb

Often.
More example sentences
  • I think when a movement happens, oftentimes it usually doesn't come down to one person.
  • Corporations have the money to snap up the tickets, and oftentimes the regular fan gets left out.
  • You know, lawyers oftentimes get criticized about the justice system.

Origin

late Middle English: extended form of ofttimes, influenced by often.

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