more frequent

[ adjective free-kwuh nt; verb fri-kwent, free-kwuh nt ]
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Its footsteps did not seem to be those of a man, but more frequent and lighter.

Mrs. Jupe's absences from home were now more frequent than ever.

His calls and invitations for rides and tennis and golf were more frequent than ever.

During the past week, however, the attacks have been more frequent.

Nor is it hard to perceive why this process should be the more frequent.

That is what school recesses are for, and they might well be longer and more frequent.

The beats of the fœtal heart are more frequent in females than in males.

The following are the more frequent causes of absolute sterility.

The former is the more frequent, the latter of rare occurrence.

He heard the cannonade behind him growing louder and more frequent.