many 's the time

many and many's the time (that)

old-fashioned Something has happened or one has done something a lot of times before in the past. Many and many's the time that I've made mistakes, but I've always owned up to them and accepted the consequences. Living with insomnia is a waking nightmare. Many and many's the time I've spent the whole night wandering back and forth between rooms, just trying to find a way to pass the hours till daybreak.
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many's the time (that)

Something has happened or one has done something a lot of times before in the past. Many's the time that I've made mistakes, but I've always owned up to them and accepted the consequences. Be prepared—many's the time you'll fail or stumble when you start up a new business of your own, but if you keep working hard, it will eventually work out for you.
See also: time

many (and many)'s the time

there have been many times. Many and many's the time I warned him not to go to the swimmin' hole by himself. Many's the time she's forgiven her husband.
See also: many, time