Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of frequent.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • 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.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: March 8, 2010

  • 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.

    Life of Adam Smith

  • "I don't know any ship of that name frequenting these seas," said

    The English at the North Pole Part I of the Adventures of Captain Hatteras

  • 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.

    Essays — First Series

  • And then I found myself without a landline and what do you know, the idea of frequenting London phoneboxes that were heavy with the stench of urine made me rethink that position.

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  • 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.

    News24

  • 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.

    Home Page

  • 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.

    Dante Alighieri

  • He learned the sounds of spirituals, blues, jazz, and ragtime in Harlem nightclubs, which he began frequenting as a teenager.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Funny thing about your comment about frequenting bars and clubs.

    It may not be a trend, but it does happen

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