Frequent synonyms

frē'kwənt
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Being part of the natural order of things; normal, customary, routine.
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Quotidian, that occurs every day, or at least every working day
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(Botany, zoology) Having all the parts of the same kind alike in size and shape.
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To visit someone or something
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Much seen, done, or used; usual; frequent
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Without pause or stop; not ending, especially to the point of annoyance.
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Widely or commonly occurring, existing, accepted, or practiced.
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The definition of familiar is something or someone who is friendly to you or known to you because of past history or experience.
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Anticipated; thought to be about to arrive or occur
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Ordinary with nothing to distinguish it from all the others.
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Conforming with or constituting an accepted standard, model, or pattern; esp., corresponding to the median or average of a large group in type, appearance, achievement, function, development, etc.; natural; usual; standard; regular
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Relative to a period or periods.
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Lasting or enduring forever or for an indefinitely long time; eternal; permanent
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(Computing) About some data or data structures: existing after the execution of the program. Remaining in existence past the lifetime of the program that creates it.
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Commonly practiced, used, or encountered; usual.
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Commonplace; ordinary:
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Occurring quite often
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Occurring quite often
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That involves reiteration
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Tiresome because unvarying
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(Chiefly computing) Duplicating or able to duplicate the function of another component of a system, providing back-up in the event the other component fails.
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Coming in succession; following one after another in sequence; consecutive
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Having a great number; abounding:
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Without a number or numbers
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Having a broad range (of different elements).
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Occurring quite often
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(Intransitive, archaic) Used imperatively to express protest or surprise; "come, now!".
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To visit (a place) often or continually; frequent
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To be kind or helpful to, but in a haughty or snobbish way, as if dealing with an inferior
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(Idiomatic) to stay, linger or loiter
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(Intransitive, idiomatic, slang) To spend time doing nothing in particular.
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(Cooking, particularly meats) Cooked very lightly, so the meat is still red (in the case of steak or beef in the general sense).
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Situated or placed at rather wide intervals, as in time or space:
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Occurring on a particular occasion
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A flowing movement in a liquid, gas, plasma, or other form of matter, especially one that follows a recognizable course.
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At intervals of an hour.
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Present participle of prevail.
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Simple past tense and past participle of repeat.
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Strange; remarkable; extraordinary
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(Geometry, of a polyhedron) Whose faces are not all regular polygons (are not equally inclined to each other).
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The definition of unusual is something rare or out of the ordinary.
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Widely separated from others, scattered, or isolated in occurrence; appearing singly, apart, or in isolated instances
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Unsteady in affections or loyalties; fickle
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Not having been repeated
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To refrain from (doing something):
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To keep away from; avoid scrupulously or consistently, often, specif., as a practice by a group against a co-worker, coreligionist, etc. who has fallen out of favor
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Spread widely
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To repair is defined as to fix something.
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To repeat a sorting process; sort again
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To be among those who finish a competition or race, especially to finish second.
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Happening or occurring frequently, with repetition.
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Consisting of some large, indefinite number (of persons or things); numerous
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To treat as inferior unduly, talk down to, treat condescendingly.
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To visit or buy from (a particular store).
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do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
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do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
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To act as sponsor for
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A theoretical or experimental quantity, condition, or factor that does not vary in specified circumstances. Avogadro's number and Planck's constant are examples of constants.
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Ordinary; common:
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