- v. Simple past tense and past participle of frequent.
“The first of the two major mercados that are almost totally Mexican-owned and frequented is Ramirez Market, behind Plaza Civica, probably 70 shops of all kinds including a fresh flower aisle, and it leads through more stalls iand small food stands into the Artisan's Alley of probably 100 small stalls that runs from Hotel Quinta Loreto on Calle Loreto through to Relox.”
“The temple, though richly adorned, though greatly frequented, is yet desolate if Christ has deserted it.”
“The officers - thee men and one woman - from the local police department in Lakeland, Washington, south of Seattle, were in a coffee shop described as frequented by police officers, the News Tribune in nearby Tacoma reported on its website.”
“The officers - thee men and one woman - from the local police department in Lakeland, Washington, south of Seattle, were in a coffee shop described as frequented by police officers.”
“The sufferings of childhood at home were added to by others in the school (p. 455) for such as frequented these institutions.”
“The Dyke Inn could hardly be described as a frequented resort, I imagine! ”
“frequented" Berlusconi's Arcore residence in a period spanning February to May of last year.”
“According to historian Clare Lyons, “Members of all classes and both races frequented taverns, bawdy houses, and ‘Negro’ houses for sexual adventure.””
“On a Saturday night in October 1960, a black man entered a café that was frequented by whites, approached the counter, ordered food, and handed the waitress money.”
“Nye, “the girls who frequented them were nearly always prostitutes, amateur and professional.””
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