Oftener
Often Of"ten ([o^]f"'n; 115), adv. [Compar. {Oftener} ([o^]f"'n*[~e]r); superl. {Oftenest}.] [Formerly also ofte, fr. oft. See {Oft}., adv.] Frequently; many times; not seldom. [1913 Webster]

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