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  • I have shown you my heart, sometimes at its best, oftenest at its worst. Cited from The Millionaire Baby, by Anna Katharine Green
  • But oftenest it was my mother who turned away her head. Cited from The Promised Land, by Mary Antin
  • It attacks persons of any age and is oftenest seen on the face. Cited from The Mother and Her Child, by William S. Sadler and Lena K. Sadler
  • What their movements had been while there, and in whose society they were oftenest to be seen. Cited from The Leavenworth Case, by Anna Katharine Green
  • She has oftenest advised and helped me in my progress through college. Cited from Story of My Life, by Helen Keller
  • And, for that matter, it is oftenest introduced where the workers are already well paid. Cited from Problems of Conduct, by Durant Drake
  • They appeared to take no notice at all of the neighbors whom they saw oftenest. Cited from Country Doctor and Selected Stories and Sketches, by Sarah Orne Jewett
  • Occasionally it seemed as if he might possibly live, but oftenest as if he would surely die. Cited from Aladdin O'Brien, by Gouverneur Morris
  • And here, again, the best base runners are oftenest caught because they take the most ground. Cited from Base-Ball, by John M. Ward
  • By and by his visits fell off and I met him oftenest on the street. Cited from Strong Hearts, by George W. Cable
  • He was a fine swimmer, but oftenest he just lay about, sometimes with his face under. Cited from We Three, by Gouverneur Morris
  • Such is oftenest the young man's introduction to the forest, and the most original part of himself. Cited from Walden, by Henry David Thoreau
  • Several of those who know him best, and have seen him oftenest, never heard of these wafers. Cited from Eric, by Frederic William Farrar
  • Which do you think is oftenest read to-day? Cited from Halleck's New English Literature, by Reuben P. Halleck
  • At least it comes to them oftenest and remains at them longest. Cited from Moths of the Limberlost, Gene Stratton-Porter
  • And what picture shall hang opposite it to catch her eye the oftenest? Cited from The Doctor's Dilemma, by Hesba Stretton
  • Things are oftenest nothing in themselves; the thoughts we attach to them alone give them value. Cited from An "Attic" Philosopher by E. Souvestre, v1
  • The path we leave behind us is the one we oftenest tread. Cited from Confessions of Boyhood, by John Albee
  • Silence in such a Land is oftenest such men's speech. Cited from The Unknown Eros, by Coventry Patmore
  • The steamer was oftenest without the sign of any life beyond her. Cited from Entire PG Edition of William Dean Howells
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