- These recitations must be roughly repeated at frequent intervals if they are not to be lost.
- Although I removed the advert from the screen, the persistent thing continues to pop up at frequent intervals, much to my increasing irritation.
- Soulful music regaled the families dining at Chin Chin, the Chinese restaurant, while a special buffet at the Coffee Pot kept guests coming back for more at frequent intervals.
- He owned a holiday home in Lurga, Charlestown and was a regular and frequent visitor to the Charlestown area in recent years.
- This particularly affects frequent travelers, those people that are very good customers of the airlines.
- In that role, she was in charge of training x-ray personnel and became a frequent visitor to hospitals and ambulance stations.
- He said they were hampered by dreadful roads, frequent road blocks and gunpoint identity checks by the soldiers in the area because of the ongoing conflict.
- These are just a few of the many bird species frequenting the unique habitat of the mangrove lagoons.
- The bar across the road frequented by Stuart and his chums does a lovely spicy sausage sandwich to go.
- The shows will be conducted at places frequented by families in the evenings.
- Example sentences
- A new governmental regulation will be applied to limit the frequentation of the bivouac areas at some dates.
- Mundane frequentations often occasion temptations.
Late Middle English (in the sense 'profuse, ample'): from French, or from Latin frequens, frequent- 'crowded, frequent', of unknown ultimate origin.
‘Profuse, ample’ was the meaning of frequent in early examples. It comes from Latin frequens, ‘crowded, frequent’.
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