often

Recurrent vs Often - What's the difference?

recurrent | often |


As an adjective recurrent

is recurrent; recurring.

As an adverb often is

frequently, many times.

Rarley vs Often - What's the difference?

rarley | often |


As adverbs the difference between rarley and often

is that rarley is while often is frequently, many times.

Often vs Repeatedly - What's the difference?

often | repeatedly |


As adverbs the difference between often and repeatedly

is that often is frequently, many times while repeatedly is done several times or in repetition.

Likely vs Often - What's the difference?

likely | often |


As adverbs the difference between likely and often

is that likely is (obsolete) similarly while often is frequently, many times.

As an adjective likely

is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As a noun likely

is something or somebody considered likely.

Several vs Often - What's the difference?

several | often |


As adverbs the difference between several and often

is that several is by itself; severally while often is frequently, many times.

As a determiner several

is separate, distinct; particular.

As a noun several

is (obsolete) an area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land).

Often vs So - What's the difference?

often | so |


As an adverb often

is frequently, many times.

As a pronoun so is

this;.

Have vs Often - What's the difference?

have | often |


As an adjective have

is gaunt; pale and thin.

As an adverb often is

frequently, many times.

Almost vs Often - What's the difference?

almost | often |


As adverbs the difference between almost and often

is that almost is very close to, but not quite while often is frequently, many times.

As a noun almost

is (informal) something or someone that doesn't quite make it.

Moderate vs Often - What's the difference?

moderate | often |


As an adjective moderate

is not excessive; acting in moderation.

As a noun moderate

is one who holds an intermediate position between extremes, as in politics.

As a verb moderate

is to reduce the excessiveness of (something).

As an adverb often is

frequently, many times.

Often vs Daily - What's the difference?

often | daily |


As adverbs the difference between often and daily

is that often is frequently, many times while daily is quotidianly, every day.

As an adjective daily is

quotidian, that occurs every day, or at least every working day.

As a noun daily is

a newspaper that is published every day.

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