frequent[ adjective free-kwuh nt; verb fri-kwent, free-kwuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF frequent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FREQUENT
Some books were in frequent use, but others were not forgotten.
Such a course is frequent and would not give the right of complaint to anybody.
The soliloquy and aside are evidently not so frequent in New Comedy.
Circumstances brought him into frequent contact with the natives there.
His visits there, as already remarked, had not been frequent of late.
In this mode of proceeding there was certainly a source of frequent error.
And remark this: in no city, I believe, are sudden deaths so frequent.
Frequent attempts were made to force the siege to an early conclusion.
May peace be an inmate of his bosom, and rapture a frequent visitor of his soul!
The small cherries, called the Indian cherry, are frequent in this country.