from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who frequents; one who often or habitually visits or resorts to a place.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who frequents; one who often visits, or resorts to customarily.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A person who
frequents; a regular visitor.
- adjective rare
comparativeform of frequent: more frequent
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a regular customer
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For I am well known as a frequenter of his rites, my worship of him is no new thing, my priesthood has received the smile of his favour, and ere now I have expressed my veneration for him both in prose and verse.
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Tiring of this, he joined the army and became a well-known frequenter of all the London night clubs, where he was always surrounded with the ladies.
Two of Francis's warmest admirers were Kingsley Amis and Philip Larkin, neither a frequenter of the racetrack.
With time running out to make up a ten-point gap in the polls to incumbent Senator David Vitter (R-Louis.), Representative Charlie Melancon (D-Louis.) has synced his efforts with the larger campaign of the Louisiana Democrats to remind voters of Vitter's illustrious past as a frequenter of prostitutes.
Art dealer Paul Kasmin , a frequenter of Bungalow 8 in his youth, now plans to open a sculpture gallery in the famous club's former space.
But if you're a frequenter of Amazon, the Cloud Drive could suit you better, which provides you with 5GB free.
An emergency-room cum operating theatre frequenter.
A frequenter of Café Pap, for the internet and the smoking tables, I knew this to be true.
Nor missed he more in soul, than Indiana in adoration, who turned from what she now resented as coldness, to the violent praises of Macdersey, who became, at this period, a frequenter of Mrs. Berlinton's assemblies.