Examples of oft in a Sentence
as I have oft said, you need to look before you leap
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Messages of prayer, penance, reparations for sin, and devotion to Mary are oft-repeated in Marian sightings, but Our Lady of Fatima’s three secrets — prophecies and apocalyptic visions of specific events to come — set it apart.
After giving a trio of verbal pledges in as many years, Watkins has oft-considered returning to LSU’s 2018 recruiting class.
Guests will appreciate underrated and oft-omitted in-room details like instant free Wi-Fi and a U.S.-format electrical outlet.
Defenses should dominate in this AFC East grudge match as oft-bitter rivals meet for 105th time.
Unlike a hurricane or an earthquake, this problem can oft be prevented.
But, instead of going for a predictable feline flick, which is oft paired with a crimson pout, Simancas added an unexpected gritty edge with a wash of blue metallic eyeshadow across the lid and some major lashes.
The acrimony was clear as Barnier cited May’s oft-repeated and much derided slogans to make the point that the U.K. cannot have it all.
Fitted with Hollywood prosthetic makeup and an authentic Texas drawl, Harrelson’s a natural, says Reiner, especially when delivering Johnson oft-gallows humor.
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Origin and Etymology of oft
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
a lot, time after time, time and again;
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