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The example sentences of FREQUENT in videos (15 in total of 215)

gimmick noun, singular or mass just adverb because preposition or subordinating conjunction he personal pronoun could modal throughout preposition or subordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun wwe proper noun, singular run verb, non-3rd person singular present , ryback proper noun, singular was verb, past tense known verb, past participle to to make verb, base form frequent adjective
and coordinating conjunction frequent adjective this determiner micturition noun, singular or mass wave noun, singular or mass will modal be verb, base form , until preposition or subordinating conjunction it personal pronoun reaches verb, 3rd person singular present a determiner level noun, singular or mass where wh-adverb the determiner detrusor proper noun, singular
though preposition or subordinating conjunction no determiner prevention noun, singular or mass method noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present known verb, past participle for preposition or subordinating conjunction type proper noun, singular 1 cardinal number diabetes noun, singular or mass , frequent adjective exercise noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction a determiner healthy adjective
nonetheless adverb , when wh-adverb you personal pronoun have verb, non-3rd person singular present more adverb, comparative frequent adjective interactions noun, plural with preposition or subordinating conjunction someone noun, singular or mass , it personal pronoun is verb, 3rd person singular present more adverb, comparative likely adjective that preposition or subordinating conjunction their possessive pronoun
princeton proper noun, singular in preposition or subordinating conjunction 1938 cardinal number - worked verb, past tense with preposition or subordinating conjunction alonzo proper noun, singular church proper noun, singular - but coordinating conjunction also adverb of preposition or subordinating conjunction course noun, singular or mass had verb, past tense frequent adjective
in preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner united verb, past participle states proper noun, singular , salt noun, singular or mass domes noun, plural are verb, non-3rd person singular present frequent adjective , especially adverb along preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner gulf proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction mexico proper noun, singular coastline noun, singular or mass ,
increased verb, past participle urination noun, singular or mass or coordinating conjunction increased verb, past participle urine noun, singular or mass volume noun, singular or mass , so preposition or subordinating conjunction patients noun, plural may modal experience verb, base form more adverb, comparative frequent adjective trips noun, plural to to the determiner
just adverb not adverb as preposition or subordinating conjunction frequent adjective why wh-adverb is verb, 3rd person singular present it personal pronoun a determiner good adjective idea noun, singular or mass to to eat verb, base form less adverb, comparative frequent adjective meals noun, plural because preposition or subordinating conjunction every determiner time verb, base form you personal pronoun
the determiner amount noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction activity noun, singular or mass that preposition or subordinating conjunction investors noun, plural engage verb, non-3rd person singular present in preposition or subordinating conjunction is verb, 3rd person singular present generally adverb much adverb less adverb, comparative frequent adjective than preposition or subordinating conjunction that determiner
this determiner week noun, singular or mass , we personal pronoun will modal be verb, base form answering verb, gerund or present participle the determiner most adverb, superlative frequent adjective questions noun, plural about preposition or subordinating conjunction your possessive pronoun medication noun, singular or mass .
we personal pronoun also adverb do verb, non-3rd person singular present frequent adjective assistant noun, singular or mass update noun, singular or mass videos noun, plural , so adverb make verb, base form sure adjective you personal pronoun subscribe verb, non-3rd person singular present to to the determiner channel noun, singular or mass
one cardinal number difference noun, singular or mass with preposition or subordinating conjunction anz proper noun, singular is verb, 3rd person singular present that preposition or subordinating conjunction they personal pronoun give verb, non-3rd person singular present qantas proper noun, singular frequent proper noun, singular flyer proper noun, singular points noun, plural for preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner brokerage noun, singular or mass
h proper noun, singular . e proper noun, singular . a determiner . t proper noun, singular . followed verb, past tense godzilla proper noun, singular after preposition or subordinating conjunction he personal pronoun began verb, past tense frequent adjective trips noun, plural to to the determiner waters noun, plural off preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner alaskan proper noun, singular coast noun, singular or mass ,
think verb, non-3rd person singular present it personal pronoun would modal also adverb allow verb, base form for preposition or subordinating conjunction more adverb, comparative frequent adjective showers noun, plural as preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner incoming adjective cold adjective water noun, singular or mass would modal
if preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun re noun, singular or mass a determiner frequent adjective traveler noun, singular or mass or coordinating conjunction someone noun, singular or mass who wh-pronoun wants verb, 3rd person singular present a determiner quality noun, singular or mass bag noun, singular or mass , i personal pronoun highly adverb recommend verb, non-3rd person singular present

Use "frequent" in a sentence | "frequent" example sentences

How to use "frequent" in a sentence?

  • Yet it is necessary to hope, though hope should always be deluded; for hope itself is happiness, and its frustrations, however frequent, are yet less dreadsul than its extinction.
    -Samuel Johnson-
  • Discussions without end have been devoted to the subject of peace, and the efforts to obtain a general and lasting peace have been frequent through many years of world history.
    -George C. Marshall-
  • Happiness consists in frequent repetition of pleasure
    -Arthur Schopenhauer-
  • Yet it is necessary to hope, though hope should always be deluded, for hope itself is happiness, and its frustrations, however frequent, are yet less dreadful than its extinction.
    -Samuel Johnson-
  • Self-esteem is like a difficult-to-cultivate flower. It requires frequent nurturing that occurs when you keep your word and follow through on your promises.
    -Derrick Bell-
  • Great pleasures are much less frequent than great pains.
    -David Hume-
  • Satiety comes of too frequent repetition and he who will not give himself leisure to be thirsty can never find the true pleasure of drinking
    -Michel de Montaigne-
  • But such occasions of excellence became less and less frequent. As her technique became sounder, [her] sincerity became less necessary.
    -Thornton Wilder-
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Definition and meaning of FREQUENT

What does "frequent mean?"
frequent

adjective
Happening often.
verb
visit place often.

What are synonyms of "frequent"?
Some common synonyms of "frequent" are:
  • recurrent,
  • recurring,
  • repeated,
  • persistent,
  • periodic,
  • perennial,
  • chronic,
  • continuing,
  • continual,
  • constant,
  • incessant,
  • nonstop,
  • endless,
  • many,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/rəˈkərənt/

recurrent
adjective

Happening again and again.

/rəˈkəriNG/

recurring
adjective verb

occurring again periodically or repeatedly. To occur again or repeatedly.

/rəˈpēdəd/

repeated
adjective verb

done or occurring again several times in same way. To say something you have learned and memorized.

/pərˈsist(ə)nt/

persistent
adjective

continuing firmly or obstinately in opinion or course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition.

/ˌpirēˈädik/

periodic
adjective

Happening regularly, but not frequently.

/pəˈrenēəl/

perennial
adjective noun

(Of a plant) living more than just one year. Lasting for a long time.

/ˈkränik/

chronic
adjective

Always or often doing something, e.g. lying.

/kənˈtinyo͞oiNG/

continuing
adjective verb

without break in continuity. To do something without stopping, or after pausing.

/kənˈtiny(o͞o)əl/

continual
adjective

Happening all the time; never-ending.

/ˈkänstənt/

constant
adjective noun

Happening frequently or without pause. unchanging situation.

/inˈses(ə)nt/

incessant
adjective

Happening or continuing without a pause or stop.

/ˌnänˈstäp/

nonstop
adjective adverb noun

continuing without stopping. without stopping. Occurring without stops; continuous.

/ˈen(d)ləs/

endless
adjective

Having or appearing to have no end.

/ˈmenē/

many
determiner noun pronoun

Used to refer a large number of things. majority of people. large number of.

What are antonyms of "frequent"?
Some common antonyms of "frequent" are:
  • infrequent,
  • few,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/inˈfrēkwənt/

infrequent
adjective

not occurring often.

few

/fyo͞o/

few
determiner noun pronoun

small number of. minority of people. small number of.

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