frequenter

[ adjective free-kwuh nt; verb fri-kwent, free-kwuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF frequenter

Antonyms for frequenter

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One of these was a frequenter of the Queen's chapel whom he knew by sight.

The Frenchman is doubtless a frequenter, and may easily be found.

I was waiting for a friend who is a frequenter of the Institute.

It was the custom for the frequenter to lay his penny on the bar, on entering or leaving.

He was an acquaintance and frequenter of Sir Erasmus Dreyden.

Brasbridge, the silversmith of Fleet-street, was a frequenter of the Globe.

He is a total abstainer, a non-smoker, and a frequenter of houses of fair reception.

A dancer, a frequenter of night-clubs, as they used to be called.

It does not seem to be a frequenter of Scotland, and is known in Ireland only in the south.

"He is a cracked brain that will go and drown himself," said a frequenter of the place.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FREQUENTER

patron

nounperson who does business at establishment

patrons

nounperson who does business at establishment
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