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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
frequent (verb)
transitive verb
1.
to associate with, be in, or resort to often or habitually - a bar frequented by sports fans
2.
archaic to read systematically or habitually
frequent (adjective)
1.
a) - common usual
b) happening at short intervals often repeated or occurring - a bus making frequent stops
2.
obsolete - full thronged
3.
acting or returning regularly or often - a frequent visitor
4.
archaic - intimate familiar
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
frequent (adjective)
1.
appearing or occurring repeatedly from time to time
SYNONIMS:
constant, frequent, habitual, periodic, periodical, repeated, steady
RELATED WORDS:
continual, intermittent, recurrent, recurring; cyclic ( cyclical); around-the-clock, hourly, round-the-clock, 24-7 ( 24/7); chronic, confirmed, inveterate; expected, usual
NEAR ANTONYMS:
episodic ( episodical), occasional; unexpected, unusual
inconstant, infrequent, irregular
frequent (adjective)
2.
often observed or encountered
SYNONIMS:
common or garden, commonplace, everyday, familiar, frequent, garden-variety, household, ordinary, quotidian, routine, ubiquitous, usual
RELATED WORDS:
normal, regular, standard; de rigueur, mandatory, obligatory; general, universal; ceaseless, constant, continual, continuous, incessant, unceasing; endemic, popular, prevailing, prevalent, rampant; perennial, recurrent, repeated
NEAR ANTONYMS:
aberrant, abnormal, irregular, unnatural; intermittent, occasional, sporadic
extraordinary, infrequent, rare, seldom, uncommon, unfamiliar, unusual
frequent (verb)
to go to or spend time in often
SYNONIMS:
affect, habituate, hang (at), haunt, resort (to), visit
RELATED WORDS:
patronize; attend, take in; infest, invade, overrun, swarm; call (on upon), drop by, drop in, pop (in), run (in), stop (in by); camp (out in), sojourn (at), stay (at), stop (over), tarry (in)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
dodge, duck, elude, escape, eschew, evade, shake
avoid, shun
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