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  • He also lived with his frequent co-star, for more than ten years.
  • Old age is listed as the third most frequent cause of death.
  • The group played to full houses and made frequent television appearances throughout the 1960s.
  • Less frequent ideas include the environment and issues from the world of politics.
  • Do you fear that you home will no longer be frequented by citizens?
  • The downtown area is also the area best served by frequent public transportation.
  • Once inside, free and frequent buses are provided to various points within the park.
  • He continued the series but on a less frequent basis.
  • We cannot really call him one of us so long as the professor frequents this house. Cited from German Classics of the 19th & 20th Centuries, Vol. 12, Ed. by Francke
  • He frequented the society of holy men and was very happy in their company.
  • The meetings of the body were also more frequent, from six to eight months a year.
  • Its popularity and history of security issues have made it a frequent target.
  • It may occur at any age but is most frequent in the third decade of life.
  • Another treatment, which has become more frequent in recent years, is lead glass filling.
  • Precipitation is generally greatest during summer but still frequent and significant in winter.
  • Later in the conflict, when night bombing became more frequent, all three were used.
  • Communication between individuals can become more frequent, thus forming some type of relationship via the internet.
  • Simply speaking, is frequent on summer days and at night.
  • Every man has a membership in some particular one and he frequents that one only. Cited from Bureau of Ethnology, 8th Annual Report, 1886-1887, ed. by Powell
  • They do this primarily through regular club meetings and less frequent competitions.
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Meaning of frequent

  • verb Be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place
    She haunts the ballet
  • adjective Coming at short intervals or habitually
    a frequent guest, frequent complaints