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oft

adverb \ˈft\

Definition of OFT

:  often

Examples of OFT

  1. <as I have oft said, you need to look before you leap>

Origin of OFT

Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German ofto often
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with OFT

OFT Defined for Kids

oft

adverb \ˈft\

Definition of OFT for Kids

:  often <Sometimes I traveled through woods. More oft I passed abandoned fields. — Avi, Crispin>

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