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    rosa87 is offline Junior Member
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    more frequently than not

    Hi, I was wondering what "more frequently than not " means in the sentence " Throghout his essays, Addison more frequently than not acknowledges the superiority of ancient critics."

    Thanks in advance...

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    Re: more frequently than not

    Quote Originally Posted by rosa87 View Post
    Hi, I was wondering what "more frequently than not " means in the sentence " Throghout his essays, Addison more frequently than not acknowledges the superiority of ancient critics."

    Thanks in advance...
    It means that, most of the time, he acknowledges the superiority of ancient critics.

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