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Synonyms for frequenter

a regular customer

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Accordingly they betake themselves to a neighbouring dining-house, of the class known among its frequenters by the denomination slap- bang, where the waitress, a bouncing young female of forty, is supposed to have made some impression on the susceptible Smallweed, of whom it may be remarked that he is a weird changeling to whom years are nothing.
But papas and mammas, and brothers, and intimate friends are a good deal gone by, to most of the frequenters of Bath -- and the honest relish of balls and plays, and everyday sights, is past with them.
magnificence which old Coliseum frequenters tell us Rome was so
The behaviour of the public is most correct and proper, and there is an appearance of friendly intimacy among the usual frequenters.
The only class of frequenters was the suicides, who, sad of life, sought the saddest landscape as a fitting scene in which to end.
When he used to treat the boys in old days at a coffee-house, he would shout and laugh louder than anybody there, and have all the waiters skipping round him; it was quite painful to see how humble and civil he was to John of the Tapioca, a blear-eyed old attendant in dingy stockings and cracked pumps, whose business it was to serve glasses of wafers, and bumpers of ink in pewter, and slices of paper to the frequenters of this dreary house of entertainment, where nothing else seemed to be consumed.
The evening with which we have to do, was neither a summer nor an autumn one, but the twilight of a day in March, when the wind howled dismally among the bare branches of the trees, and rumbling in the wide chimneys and driving the rain against the windows of the Maypole Inn, gave such of its frequenters as chanced to be there at the moment an undeniable reason for prolonging their stay, and caused the landlord to prophesy that the night would certainly clear at eleven o'clock precisely,--which by a remarkable coincidence was the hour at which he always closed his house.
Again John waited leisurely until the observation had thoroughly penetrated to his brain, and then replying, 'No offence as YET,' applied a light to his pipe and smoked in placid silence; now and then casting a sidelong look at a man wrapped in a loose riding- coat with huge cuffs ornamented with tarnished silver lace and large metal buttons, who sat apart from the regular frequenters of the house, and wearing a hat flapped over his face, which was still further shaded by the hand on which his forehead rested, looked unsociable enough.
The carpenters had a joke to the effect that he was dead without being aware of it; and the frequenters of the pit supposed him to pass his whole life, night and day, and Sunday and all, in the orchestra.
Not without reason was it often asserted by the regular frequenters of the Porters, that when the light shone full upon the grain of certain panels, and particularly upon an old corner cupboard of walnut-wood in the bar, you might trace little forests there, and tiny trees like the parent tree, in full umbrageous leaf.
Daniel Quilp, who was not much affected by a bright morning save in so far as it spared him the trouble of carrying an umbrella, caused himself to be put ashore hard by the wharf, and proceeded thither through a narrow lane which, partaking of the amphibious character of its frequenters, had as much water as mud in its composition, and a very liberal supply of both.
As a season ticket holder for many years and a frequenter of away games, I believe that the problems lie at the door of Aitor Karanka.
D'ailleurs, elle ne fait pas qu'ecrire des contes mais continue de frequenter l'universite en tant qu'enseignante, en dispensant des cours d'anglais de la communication.
Ce sont la les grands moments de ce MTT du RUC qui a pour objectif essentiel de donner des chances aux joueurs marocains de frequenter des tennismen de renommee internationale dans l'espoir d'ameliorer leur niveau technique et competitif, et de gagner des points ATP pour soigner leur classement a l'echelon international.
Here are some of the responses from prospective parliamentary candidates: ANDREW GARCARZ, UKIP, Birmingham Erdington: As a young lad of 18 years of age at the time of the atrocity, I was a regular frequenter of the Mulberry Bush and the Tavern in The Town, and had been in the Tavern with friends earlier in the evening on that fateful day on our way to a concert at the Town Hall.