often

All Adverb
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  • Very often another, working towards the same goal, has arrived there first.
  • This need is often met when a particular set of house rules becomes generally recognized.
  • "So often it seems they are the last to know what the people want."
  • In this case, the event is often two characters falling in love.
  • He often said that any can be saved if they wish.
  • The genre often features a main conflict between the main character and society.
  • Related problems in one field are often studied together.
  • He often used the same actors in many of his films.
  • Food production has often been included in historic autonomous projects to provide security.
  • They often lost out at the box office to movies with more mass appeal.
  • A film's success often depends on the quality of such musical numbers.
  • Nevertheless he worked more often and more closely with Lincoln than any other senior official.
  • Things that do not exist at any particular place and time are often considered abstract.
  • They often were linked to British families in England by marriage as well.
  • Often the same section of a sketch can be found in several different pictures.
  • However, even fine art often has goals beyond pure creativity and self-expression.
  • Often the leaders of other nations are said to be controlled by Jews.
  • It has been repeated so often in print that it has taken on a life of its own.
  • It is often said to be "at least" long.
  • Military aircraft are often now built with a role available to assist in civil obedience.
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Meaning of often

  • adverb In many cases or instances