Oft (&ocr;ft; 115), adv. [AS. oft; akin to OS. & G. oft, OHG. ofto, Sw. ofta, Dan. ofte, Icel.opt, Goth. ufta; of uncertain origin. Cf. Often.]

Often; frequently; not rarely; many times.

[Poetic]

Chaucer.

Oft she rejects, but never once offends. Pope.

 

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Oft, a.

Frequent; often; repeated.

[Poetic]

 

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