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Synonyms for frequent
ˈfri kwənt; frɪˈkwɛnt, ˈfri kwənt

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. frequent(adj)

    coming at short intervals or habitually

    "a frequent guest"; "frequent complaints"

    Antonyms:
    occasional(a), rare, infrequent, uncommon

  2. frequent(verb)

    frequently encountered

    "a frequent (or common) error is using the transitive verb `lay' for the intransitive `lie'";

    Antonyms:
    infrequent, occasional(a), rare, uncommon

  3. patronize, patronise, shop, shop at, buy at, frequent, sponsor(verb)

    do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of

    Synonyms:
    haunt, keep going, give away, betray, patronise, support, browse, shit, shop, condescend, buy at, stag, patronize, rat, sponsor, snitch, patronage, denounce, tell on, grass, shop at

    Antonyms:
    infrequent, occasional(a), uncommon, rare

  4. frequent, haunt(verb)

    be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place

    "She haunts the ballet"

    Synonyms:
    sponsor, ghost, stalk, buy at, shop at, patronize, patronise, shop, obsess, haunt

    Antonyms:
    occasional(a), infrequent, uncommon, rare

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. frequent

    Common signifies frequently occurring, not out of the regular course, not exceptional; hence, not above the average, not excellent or distinguished, inferior, or even low; common also signifies pertaining to or participated in by two or more persons or things; as, sorrow is common to the race. General may signify pertaining equally to all of a class, race, etc., but very commonly signifies pertaining to the greater number, but not necessarily to all. Universal applies to all without exception; general applies to all with possible or comparatively slight exceptions; common applies to very many without deciding whether they are even a majority. A common remark is one we often hear; a general experience is one that comes to the majority of people; a universal experience is one from which no human being is exempt. It is dangerous for a debater to affirm a universal proposition, since that can be negatived by a single exception, while a general statement is not invalidated even by adducing many exceptions. We say a common opinion, common experience, a general rule, general truth, a universal law. Compare synonyms for NORMAL; USUAL.

    Synonyms:
    common, commonplace, customary, everyday, familiar, general, habitual, normal, ordinary, popular, prevalent, public, universal, usual

    Antonyms:
    exceptional, infrequent, rare, singular, uncommon, unknown, unusual

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. frequent

    Synonyms:
    many, repeated, numerous, recurrent, general, continual, usual, common

    Antonyms:
    few, solitary, rare, scanty, casual

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. frequent(a.)

    Synonyms:
    common, usual, oft-repeated, every day, of common occurrence

  2. frequent(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    haunt, visit often, resort to frequently

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How to use frequent in a sentence?

  1. Joseph Addison:

    Laughter, while it lasts, slackens and unbraces the mind, weakens the faculties and causes a kind of remissness and dissolution in all the powers of the soul; and thus it may be looked on as weakness in the composition of human nature. But if we consider the frequent reliefs we receive from it and how often it breaks the gloom which is apt to depress the mind and damp our spirits, with transient, unexpected gleams of joy, one would take care not to grow too wise for so great a pleasure of life.

  2. James Goldston:

    No one was more passionate about his craft than Mike, he had recently been immersed in a new project for HBO to adapt 'Master Class,' Terrence McNally's Tony Award-winning play about opera legend Maria Callas. The project reunited him with Meryl Streep, one of his most frequent collaborators.

  3. Ryan James:

    I applaud State's proposal to begin releasing Clinton's emails on June 30, 2015, but I do not believe that additional rolling productions every 60 days is sufficiently frequent to enable the public to engage in fully informed discussion about Secretary Clinton's leadership style and decisions while at the helm of the State Department.

  4. President Barack Obama:

    We see greater polarization, more frequent gridlock; movements on the far right, and sometimes the left, that insist on stopping the trade that binds our fates to other nations, calling for the building of walls to keep out immigrants.

  5. Andy McKean:

    With the 2020 president election looming on the horizon, I feel as a Republican that I need to be able to support the standard bearer of our party. Unfortunately, that is not something I am able to do, he sets, in my opinion, a poor example for the nation and particularly for our children by personally insulting -- often in a crude and juvenile fashion -- those who disagree with him, being a bully at a time when we we are attempting to discourage bullying, his frequent disregard for the truth and his willingness to ridicule or marginalize people for their appearance, ethnicity or disability.


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