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hardly ever

Definition of hardly ever in English:

Very rarely: we hardly ever see them
More example sentences
  • We can hold our liquor and hardly ever shoot each other unless it's important.
  • In fact, they hardly ever come to buy anything from my shop and even if they do I refuse to sell anything to them.
  • Children I know spend more time playing on computers and hardly ever read books.
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