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  • n. Plural form of frequenter.


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  • On the Place de Meir itself is Bertrand's, another restaurant of the same high character, which, to the regret of its regular frequenters, is shortly to be converted into a larger and cheaper establishment.

    The Gourmet's Guide to Europe

  • The fair sex, the young, the hungry, the easy-going, the ignorant -- how large a majority of the 'frequenters' of hotels do these classes embrace!

    Some Private Views

  • Mr.B. -- "And the professor began to count off on his fingers the peripatetic philosophers, as he used to call the frequenters of this promenade, that he had met, -- all of them old, or at least of ripe age, except one romantic youth who thought himself a poet.

    Stories by Foreign Authors: Polish, Greek, Belgian, Hungarian

  • Then he received a beating, such as he had often written up about sailor-rows and saloon-frequenters in his cub-reporter days, but which for the first time it was his lot to experience.


  • The only class of frequenters was the suicides, who, sad of life, sought the saddest landscape as a fitting scene in which to end.


  • With such hardworking but generous gestures, Mr. Gehry underscores his intention to play to the occupants and frequenters of the New World Symphony campus rather than to architecture-gawkers.

    Gehry Leaves the Risks to the Kids

  • Over on the other side of the world, the mere mention of the word was sufficient to conjure up whole crowds of its historic frequenters, and to send trooping through my imagination endless groups of wits and dandies, pamphleteers and bravos, and bohemians of Grub Street.


  • Rumored couple (and apple orchard frequenters) Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal were spotted hanging out in Brooklyn, NY over the weekend.

    Taylor Swift & Jake Gyllenhaal's Brooklyn Brunch Date (PHOTOS)

  • First familiar to frequenters of Hester Street Fair and Williamsburg's Artists & Fleas, Brooklyn Taco has been slinging its take on the street-food staple at Manhattan's Essex Street Market since the fall.

    'Guaco Taco' and More

  • He did not pass them close, and he might have been any one of the taller and elder of the frequenters of Owain's court.

    His Disposition


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