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more often than not meaning

  "more often than not" in a sentence
  • Adverb: more often than not
    1. Usually; as a rule
      - by and large, generally, mostly

  • [American idiom]
    usually.
    These flowers will live through the winter more often than not.
    This kind of dog will grow up to be a good watchdog more often than not.

  • [American slang]
    Fig. usually.
      These f lowers will live through the winter more often than not.
      This kind of dog will grow up to be a good watchdog more often than not.

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  1. when it is foggy the trains are late more often than not.
  2. educational systems more often than not reflect the essential nature of that society.
  3. when it's foggy the trains are late more often than not
  4. on friday mornings, he comes late more often than not
  5. but more often than not, the cgi module is more suitable

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