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oftener Meaning in Bengali

আরো প্রায়ই বা আরো ঘন ঘন

oftener's Usage Examples:

but Aunt Jenny and her quotes like With Spry, we can afford to have cake oftener! have been reprinted.

" “A sigh, a devout aspiration, a holy ejaculation, will oftener pierce the sky, and reach the ear of Omnipotence, than a long set exercise.

is perhaps on an average slightly smaller, is somewhat shorter-winged, oftener with a very pale, blue-green median band, the oblique subbasal line is.

lines darker, the median band sometimes almost dissolved into lines but oftener more or less solid, at times quite blackish.

intended to be published monthly, "or, if any Glut of Occurrences happen, oftener.

The butterflies are often met with on blossoms, still oftener on leaves, but they seem to rest much on their under surface in order to.

woman who ever lived never had her portrait painted, drawn or engraved any oftener than Vollard - by Cézanne, Renoir, Rouault, Bonnard.

design has been reproduced in all sorts and materials of art, perhaps oftener than any other similar subject.

"And as a reward for the "500 bonus I once gave him, he used to chase me oftener than anyone than any other manager in the league.

newspaper must be published within 6 weeks if it is published once a week or oftener than that.

Buffalo simply rushed ball over the Aggie's line at Will made touchdown oftener than once in two minutes".

In my humble judgment, it is sometimes all four, but oftener a disease than anything else, and even when anything else, generally a.

If no house was at hand which must have been oftener the case in the wild country they were traversing, the sufferer was flung.

Truth it is they often came, Not oftener than gave thee joy.

The oftener you do these duties – observing, contemplating, writing − the more "your.

CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "We ought to write oftener".

Seeing it, don't you involuntarily wonder why such an idea is not oftener carried out? The very simplicity of the design gives it a monumental character;.

conditions: "Bequest of George Ledlie, 1884, the net income to be paid not oftener than once in every two years as a prize to a person in any way connected.

Man, in public trust, will much oftener act in such a manner as to render him unworthy of being any longer trusted.

oftener's Meaning':

more often or more frequently

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