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Synonyms for frequent

to visit regularly

Synonyms for frequent

do one's shopping at

be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place

Synonyms

coming at short intervals or habitually

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frequently encountered

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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.
Martin Poyser was not a frequenter of public houses, but he liked a friendly chat over his own home- brewed; and though it was pleasant to lay down the law to a stupid neighbour who had no notion how to make the best of his farm, it was also an agreeable variety to learn something from a clever fellow like Adam Bede.
I am naturally no hermit, but might possibly sit out the sturdiest frequenter of the bar-room, if my business called me thither.
Michaelis, young and slim, locksmith by trade, and great frequenter of evening schools, did not even know that anybody had been killed, his part with a few others being to force open the door at the back of the special conveyance.
Mr Sampson,' proclaimed Mrs Wilfer, seeing that young gentleman take his stopper out, and so darkly fixing him with her eyes as that he put it in again: 'Mr Sampson, as a friend of this family and a frequenter of this house, is, I am persuaded, far too well-bred to interpose on such an invitation.
In reality," observed Albert, "he seemed to me somewhat eccentric; were he at Paris, and a frequenter of the theatres, I should say he was a poor devil literally mad.
Sally, suddenly unmasked as an habitual frequenter of these abandoned places, sprang with one bound into prominence as the Bad Girl of the Family.
The airport main frequenters are three airlines which are Salaam Air, Auric Air and Coastal Aviation.
The first application that I have found of the term to plays dates from 1622, when John Brinsley addresses the "inevitable danger to frequenters of plaies.
The outdoor space is still the place of preference for its frequenters as it is the ideal spot to people watch as well as to take in the atmosphere of the area.
Teddy Roosevelt said, "The virility, clear-sighted common sense and resourcefulness of the American people is due to the fact that we have been a nation of hunters and frequenters of the forest, plains, and waters.
The NCCAL plans for encouraging the public to read include creating interactive atmospheres between the administrators of a library and its frequenters through leveraging the relevant technologies.
The Directorate cautioned the seafarers and frequenters of the beaches against unsettled weather conditions on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Those who are frequenters of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival may remember some of his work, such as the 2012 production of Robert Schenkkan's "All the Way" that went on to Broadway - where Acebo also designed the show - and won two Tony Awards in 2014, for best play and best actor by Bryan Cranston playing President Lyndon Johnson.
Frequenters of Sydney's lesbian scene, which enjoyed its heyday of lipstick lesbian chic in the 1990s, will remember Gigi & Andrea, a soignee, leather-clad power couple and operators of upscale girls' night On the Other Side.