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frequent

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of frequent

  1. 1 appearing or occurring repeatedly from time to time our local multiplex usually has frequent showings of blockbusters, with starting times about every half hour Synonyms of frequent constant, regular, habitual, periodic, periodical, repeated, steadyWords Related to frequent continual, intermittent, recurrent, recurring; cyclic (or cyclical); around-the-clock, hourly, round-the-clock, 24-7 (or 24/7); chronic, confirmed, inveterate; expected, usualNear Antonyms of frequent episodic (also episodical), occasional; unexpected, unusualAntonyms of frequent inconstant, infrequent, irregular

  2. 2 often observed or encountered finches are frequent sights in this part of the country Synonyms of frequent common or garden [chiefly British], commonplace, everyday, familiar, common, garden-variety, household, ordinary, quotidian, routine, ubiquitous, usualWords Related to frequent normal, regular, standard; de rigueur, mandatory, obligatory; general, universal; ceaseless, constant, continual, continuous, incessant, unceasing; endemic, popular, prevailing, prevalent, rampant; perennial, recurrent, repeatedNear Antonyms of frequent aberrant, abnormal, irregular, unnatural; intermittent, occasional, sporadicAntonyms of frequent extraordinary, infrequent, rare, seldom, uncommon, unfamiliar, unusual


frequent

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of frequent

  1. to go to or spend time in often like their counterparts elsewhere, the town's teenagers like to frequent the local malls Synonyms of frequent affect, habituate, hang (at), haunt, resort (to), visit Words Related to frequent patronize; attend, take in; infest, invade, overrun, swarm; call (on or upon), drop by, drop in, pop (in), run (in), stop (in or by); camp (out in), sojourn (at), stay (at), stop (over), tarry (in) Near Antonyms of frequent dodge, duck, elude, escape, eschew, evade, shake Antonyms of frequent avoid, shun



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