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Sentence count:72+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-09Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: irregularoccasionalrarescarcesparseuncommonAntonym: frequentSimilar words: frequentfrequentlyfrequencyrequirementsubsequentinfringementsequentialsubsequentlyMeaning: [ɪn'frɪːkwənt]  adj. not frequent; not occurring regularly or at short intervals. 
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1. Barriers between nations are reared by slow and infrequent communication.
2. They would make infrequent visits to the house.
3. Muggings are relatively infrequent in this area.
4. His letters became infrequent, then stopped completely.
5. Disturbances are relatively infrequent in British prisons.
6. Some words are too infrequent to be worthy of inclusion in the dictionary.
7. Explosions, though infrequent, are an occupational hazard for coal - miners.
8. I shall make only infrequent appearances at the Board.
9. Cases of typhoid are relatively infrequent in Northern Europe.
10. An infrequent drinker, he sipped his champagne.
11. The reason is that serious accidents are so infrequent, safety experts said.
12. Infrequent, careless bouts of sun exposure considerably increase the risk of developing skin cancer.
13. Such entreaties to passing travellers were not infrequent in lonely country at the time.
14. Roger's infrequent letters home did not reveal much about his personal life.
15. True, homicides are infrequent and gang warfare is almost nonexistent in a small town.
16. However, they are probably too infrequent to provide hearers with cues to ethnicity.
17. Sudden and infrequent changes of many inputs clearly undermine stability.
18. Apart from infrequent exceptions such as these, chantry priests were indistinguishable from parish chaplains.
19. On this view transput will be relatively infrequent, so that the cost of converting to and from decimal format is acceptable.
20. Granulomata themselves were comparatively infrequent, and other histological features characteristic of Crohn's disease were less conspicuous than usual.
21. Rain is infrequent in this normally hot, dry region of the world.
22. Yet with such infrequent investigations, there is often considerable disadvantage for the schools and the children.
22. try its best to gather and create good sentences.
23. The Attorney-General has to consent to any prosecution under the Act and such cases have been fairly infrequent.
24. One explanation is that cats prefer to eat small meals on frequent occasions, rather than gorge on large, infrequent meals.
25. Despite these fluctuations in his status I remember him fondly on his infrequent leaves as some one with a great sense of fun.
26. With the large number of children spread out over the country, it was inevitable that visits were infrequent.
27. Now she was literally wasting away, and his visits were still infrequent.
28. As time went on, her visits became more and more infrequent.
29. Though bone dry, they shone in an evening sun that dazzled us, as we linked up the infrequent holds.
30. In science and journalism, by contrast, conjunctions in general and causal conjunctions in particular are relatively infrequent.
More similar words: frequentfrequentlyfrequencyrequirementsubsequentinfringementsequentialsubsequentlyconsequentlyinfluentialconsequentialinconsequentialrequestrequirerequiredrequisiteinfringein front ofschadenfreuderequisitionprerequisitesequencesubsequenceinfrastructureinfluenzainfluenceconsequencein consequencein consequence ofsphere of influence
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