oftentimes

[aw-fuhn-tahymz, of-uhn-; awf-tuhn, of-]
adverb
Also, ofttimes [awft-tahymz, oft-, awf-, of-] .


Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see often, time, -s1

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Example sentences
Oftentimes in these situations, exploiting such a correlation can actually make
  the correlation go away.
Some people aren't good at school, but oftentimes they have other skills that
  they can use to make a good life.
Oftentimes a model is being used because the processes being evaluated cannot
  be adequately observed.
Their style of business is brutal and oftentimes underhanded.
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