unfrequent

[ adjective free-kwuh nt; verb fri-kwent, free-kwuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF unfrequent

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The Mias rombi is represented as unfrequent and rarely to be met with.

The accommodation not unfrequent where the plantations are very distant.

Yet such quick transitions from error to truth were not unfrequent.

I was but saying that these anti-Athanasian views were not unfrequent.

Compare Mr. Spurgeon's not unfrequent orations on the same subject.

It is not unfrequent that young men are seen with dirty ears and neck.

This catastrophe is not of unfrequent occurrence to these elephants of the northern seas.

Burns had more moods of mind than most men, and this was, we may hope, no unfrequent one with him.

"These changes are not at all unfrequent, I believe," replied his son.

The name is said to be not unfrequent in records under the Norman dynasty.

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