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Hepatitis B plays by the same rules, though the rates of transmission are about 10 times more frequent.

Op-eds in The Wall Street Journal, ever more frequent appearances on Fox News—that kind of thing.

For men, masturbation is taken for granted as being routine as brushing their teeth (perhaps even more frequent a ritual).

If such events do become more frequent, there is always frozen turkey bowling.

Countries with greater income inequality tend to have more frequent recession.

"All they can rap and run for" is the more frequent colloquial version of this quaint phrase.

Nothing is more frequent than a one-sided contract, in which one party has gained far more than the other.

Is any state subject to more frequent and cruel revolutions than that of this unknown monarch?

Henceforth his days of gloom were more frequent, and he often gave way to southern excitement.

But now her strength was failing her, he was certain; her moans were becoming more frequent, her protests more vehement.

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On this page you'll find 118 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to frequent, such as: commonplace, constant, continual, incessant, intermittent, and numerous.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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