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synonyms for frequently

  • again and again
  • generally
  • intermittently
  • many times
  • often
  • periodically
  • regularly
  • time and again
  • usually
  • oft
  • oftentimes
  • ofttimes
  • as a rule
  • at regular intervals
  • at short intervals
  • at times
  • by ordinary
  • customarily
  • every now and then
  • habitually
  • in many instances
  • in quick succession
  • many a time
  • much
  • not infrequently
  • not seldom
  • ordinarily
  • over and over
  • recurrently
  • spasmodically
  • successively
  • thick and fast
  • very often
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antonyms for frequently

MOST RELEVANT
  • rarely
  • seldom
  • infrequently
  • not much
  • uncommonly
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How to use frequently in a sentence

They are frequently found inside stuffed animals and are easily moldable—perfect for contouring the body.
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So, think about how much space you can spare, how frequently you need to print, and whether or not your first priority will be photo printing.
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For example, the second executive said that if there was an issue with some of the ads, Taboola was “quick to respond,” and over time that type of request has happened less frequently.
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Reinfections will probably occur more frequently, particularly as people get further out from their original infection.
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For your most-valued items and frequently handled documents, consider laminating sheets that are over 3 millimeters in thickness.
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Having written about my time in these programs, I hear from parents frequently.
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Riders there frequently rave about the soaring emotions and meaning they get from the teachers’ words combined with the physical intensity.
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In a dry medium skillet over medium-high heat, toast the pecans, stirring frequently, until fragrant and darker, about 3 minutes.
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So if you come a certain number of times, you’re bucketed into a certain loyalty group and then we gate content more frequently for you so that you have a higher propensity to subscribe.
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“Perhaps you do not speak my language,” she said in Urdu, the tongue most frequently heard in Upper India.
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WORDS RELATED TO FREQUENTLY

  • continuously
  • frequently
  • once again
  • over and over
  • regularly
  • repeatedly
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