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adjective accustomed, common, consistently, customary, familiar, frequent, habitual, numerous, occurring over again, often done, often repeated, over and over again, persistent, prevalent, repeated, repetitive, same, usual
See also: chronic
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Magnesium deficiency oftentimes makes a greater tendency for high blood pressure.
The article "Independent Contractor or Not" (JofA, May04, page 89), while addressing a real issue on which many CPAs must regularly advise their clients, is a prime example of where oftentimes JofA articles fall short and thus become of limited value.
When you are CFO, oftentimes you don't have to spend a lot of money talking to lawyers, underwriters and accountants, when you can find out what fellow members have done to help themselves, [and] improve themselves.
Oftentimes the insurance agency transactions are private entities buying or merging with each other, and this may be for strategic reasons to compete against the large brokers and banks or just to increase market share for increased revenues from the insurance companies.
Older buildings, fifty or sixty years of age or greater, oftentimes have a significance related to their historic character.
Problems that face our society are oftentimes problems that, you know, require something greater than just a government program or a government counselor to solve," Bush said.
But oftentimes it is rare to find a radio spot that shows rather than tells.
Data oftentimes is the most valuable asset that a company has.
Instead of support, the present-day government is oftentimes a hindrance to the university's work.
Situations they must face oftentimes can prove stressful, causing acute reactions.
Oftentimes homeowners in certain communities--particularly the elderly and minorities--are targeted with offers of high-cost, home-secured credit.
Materials such as TiO2, starch and Ansilex" are moderately to heavily abrasive, which oftentimes spell doom for pumps with metal-to-metal contact surfaces.