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Spell check of frequent

Correct spelling: frequent

ghost, steady, haunt, oscillating, conventional, sponsor, average, many, keep going, predominating, all the time, repeatedly, quotidian, numerous, browse, support, periodic, popular, a lot, recurrent, regular, ordinary, recur, successive, cycle, persistent, everyday, betray, universal, prevalent, denounce, call, metronomic, reiterated, stag, usual, continual, routine, patronise, give away, grass, patronage, normal, epochal, swing by, numberless, chronic, various, rat, drop by, traditional, ubiquitous, common or garden, visit, general, constant, perpetual, widespread, orthodox, standard, go around, come over, garden-variety, obsess, look in, regularly, redundant, snitch, habitual, cyclical, expected, predominant, customary, shop, patronize, periodical, stalk, often, shop at, reiterative, accustomed, stock, call on, monotonous, buy at, common, see, condescend, public, oscillate, prevailing, incessant, recurring, repeated, rhythmic, daily, familiar, thick, frequently, tell on, mundane, household, commonplace, canonical.

extraordinary, episodic, boycott, infrequent, exceptional, uncommon, abnormal, occasional, inconstant, unknown, unexpected, singular, seldom, unnatural, aberrant, unfamiliar, unusual, sporadic, rare, irregular, intermittent.

Examples of usage:

1) But the weather was good enough to permit frequent nautical observations. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) Our friend did not know him personally, but a young cousin of his, a priest was a frequent visitor at his house, and would willingly introduce me. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

3) On her way to the Battery she was thinking of Hyde, and of their frequent walks together there; and for once she passed the house of Madame Jacobus without a glance at its long- closed windows. - "The Maid of Maiden Lane", Amelia E. Barr.