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See definition of unfrequent on Dictionary.com
  • as infew
  • as inoccasional
  • as inrare
  • as insporadic

synonyms for unfrequent

  • lean
  • less
  • middling
  • minor
  • minority
  • minute
  • petty
  • scanty
  • scattering
  • short
  • slight
  • trifling
  • exiguous
  • few and far between
  • imperceptible
  • inconsequential
  • inconsiderable
  • infrequent
  • insufficient
  • meager
  • negligible
  • not many
  • not too many
  • occasional
  • paltry
  • piddling
  • rare
  • scant
  • scarce
  • scarcely any
  • scattered
  • seldom
  • semioccasional
  • skimpy
  • slender
  • slim
  • some
  • sparse
  • sporadic
  • stingy
  • straggling
  • thin
  • uncommon
  • widely spaced
  • casual
  • infrequent
  • intermittent
  • odd
  • particular
  • random
  • rare
  • unusual
  • desultory
  • especial
  • exceptional
  • exclusive
  • few
  • incidental
  • not habitual
  • off and on
  • scarce
  • seldom
  • special
  • specific
  • uncommon

antonyms for unfrequent

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  • big
  • consequential
  • fat
  • important
  • large
  • major
  • significant
  • tall
  • thick
  • useful
  • many
  • much
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How to use unfrequent in a sentence

Her hair was flying slowly with the blast that rushed unfrequent from the hill.
THE SORROWS OF YOUNG WERTHERJ.W. VON GOETHE
The swallowing of a piece of barley bread, over which mass had been performed, was not unfrequent in trials of ordeal.
THE MYSTERIES OF ALL NATIONSJAMES GRANT
Trials of persons accused of witchcraft were not unfrequent in New England in the seventeenth century.
THE MYSTERIES OF ALL NATIONSJAMES GRANT
And yet in spite of her sedentary tastes Saintonge turns sailor and goes forth into not unfrequent dangers.
THE SEAJULES MICHELET
It was now quite night—one of those dreary pitch-dark nights that are of no unfrequent occurrence in the south-western states.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 56, NUMBER 347, SEPTEMBER, 1844VARIOUS
Chapels on bridges are not so unfrequent in architectural history as the rarity of their remains would indicate.
THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION, VOL. 20, NO. 581, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1832VARIOUS
The immediate cause of this phenomenon might probably have been an earthquake, not unfrequent in that country.
ANNE OF GEIERSTEIN, VOLUME I (OF 2)SIR WALTER SCOTT
In line 27 'Thee therefore &c.' is a thought not unfrequent with the panegyrists of James.
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF RICHARD CRASHAW, VOLUME I (OF 2)RICHARD CRASHAW
The csikós poured himself out the whole bottle, and then began to moralise (the not unfrequent result of beer-drinking).
THE YELLOW ROSEMR JKAI
"It is I, Annina," returned Gino, who was not an unfrequent applicant for admission at that private portal.
THE BRAVOJ. FENIMORE COOPER
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