Definitions

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  • adjective Too frequent.

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  • adjective Excessively frequent.

Etymologies

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over- +‎ frequent

Examples

  • One year he had trouble with audience phones and coughs and walked out thankfully your correspondent's cold and overfrequent coughing had left Edinburgh by then.

    Hmm...

  • Avoiding overfrequent laundering and dry cleaning of clothes and furnishings is environmentally prudent too.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • • Frequent chlorine bleaching will usually cause some fading in colored articles essentially in all but a few vat-dyed ones, and overfrequent bleaching will harm fabrics made of some types of fibers, resulting in a weakening of the cloth and, possibly, frayed areas or holes.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Avoiding overfrequent laundering and dry cleaning of clothes and furnishings is environmentally prudent too.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Avoiding overfrequent laundering and dry cleaning of clothes and furnishings is environmentally prudent too.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • • Frequent chlorine bleaching will usually cause some fading in colored articles essentially in all but a few vat-dyed ones, and overfrequent bleaching will harm fabrics made of some types of fibers, resulting in a weakening of the cloth and, possibly, frayed areas or holes.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • • Frequent chlorine bleaching will usually cause some fading in colored articles essentially in all but a few vat-dyed ones, and overfrequent bleaching will harm fabrics made of some types of fibers, resulting in a weakening of the cloth and, possibly, frayed areas or holes.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • • Frequent chlorine bleaching will usually cause some fading in colored articles essentially in all but a few vat-dyed ones, and overfrequent bleaching will harm fabrics made of some types of fibers, resulting in a weakening of the cloth and, possibly, frayed areas or holes.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Avoiding overfrequent laundering and dry cleaning of clothes and furnishings is environmentally prudent too.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • She was, too, friendly; she talked to women -- in her not overfrequent opportunities -- in a rapid warm inaccurate confession of almost everything they desired to hear.

    Linda Condon

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