- v. present participle of frequent.
“Granted, the conflict the trolls bring is low-grade at best, but it’s all we got until reasonable conservatives begin frequenting the place again.”
“The salon we happen to hear most of his frequenting is the salon of the Comtesse de Boufflers-Rouvel, but that is due to the simple circumstance that the hostess was an assiduous correspondent of David Hume.”
“I don't know any ship of that name frequenting these seas," said”
“He resembles the pitiful drivellers whom travellers describe as frequenting the bazaars of Constantinople, who skulk about all day, yellow, emaciated, ragged, sneaking; and at evening, when the bazaars are open, slink to the opium-shop, swallow their morsel and become tranquil and glorified seers.”
“Berlusconi and Lario are heading for divorce after a row played out in the Italian press prompted by her public complaints over his roving eye and her fury over his "frequenting" teenage aspiring model Noemi Letizia.”
“U.S. District Judge Samuel Kent is the first federal judge to be indicted for alleged federal sex crimes, but he's only the latest in a string of jurists to face misconduct allegations in 2008, for behavior such as frequenting a topless club or lying under oath.”
“But while finding his orientation as a poet Dante was also engaged in the study of philosophy, and spent "some thirty months" frequenting "the schools of the religious orders and the disputations of the philosophers" [Conv.”
“He learned the sounds of spirituals, blues, jazz, and ragtime in Harlem nightclubs, which he began frequenting as a teenager.”
“Funny thing about your comment about frequenting bars and clubs.”
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