Definition of more often than not in English:

more often than not

Usually: food is scarce and more often than not they go hungry
More example sentences
  • I have to say, he was usually the instigator, and, more often than not, the victor.
  • He's quick, strong and skillful and, given the chance, he's likely to hit the target more often than not.
  • The features were all made in part for propaganda purposes but failed more often than not to carry out those objectives.
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