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more frequently

adjective as in again and again


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Apparently, Shakespeare coined 1,700 words, from the frequently used (excitement) to the should-be-more frequently used (spewed).

Women also reported initiating sex more frequently with partners who had a sense of humor.

Some companies fear “throttling”—a deliberate slowing—which may become more frequently used by the ISPs.

Presidents fail at foreign policy objectives more frequently than they succeed.

“Overdose rates are higher where these drugs are prescribed more frequently,” says Frieden.

They are usually shorter and more irregular in outline, and more frequently have irregularly broken ends.

Blood, however, is more frequently present and more abundant than in ordinary cystitis.

With the tertian parasite, the segments more frequently form an irregular cluster.

Blood is often recognized by simple inspection, but more frequently requires a chemic test.

His extravagantly tall fluffy hat was so perched on the top of his head that it was a wonder it did not fall off more frequently.

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