Frequentable

frequent

[adj. free-kwuhnt; v. fri-kwent, free-kwuhnt]
adjective
1.
happening or occurring at short intervals: to make frequent trips to Tokyo.
2.
constant, habitual, or regular: a frequent guest.
3.
located at short distances apart: frequent towns along the shore.
verb (used with object)
4.
to visit often; go often to; be often in: to frequent the art galleries.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English: ample, profuse < Latin frequent- (stem of frequēns) crowded; (v.) (< Middle French fréquenter) < Latin frequentāre, derivative of frequēns

frequentable, adjective
frequenter, noun
frequentness, noun
nonfrequent, adjective
nonfrequently, adverb
overfrequent, adjective
overfrequently, adverb
unfrequent, adjective
unfrequently, adverb
unfrequentable, adjective
well-frequented, adjective
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frequent
 
adj
1.  recurring at short intervals
2.  constant or habitual
 
vb
3.  (tr) to visit repeatedly or habitually
 
[C16: from Latin frequēns numerous; perhaps related to Latin farcīre to stuff]
 
fre'quentable
 
adj
 
fre'quenter
 
n
 
'frequently
 
adv
 
'frequentness
 
n

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frequent
1530s, from L. frequentem (nom. frequens) "crowded, repeated," of uncertain origin. The verb (late 15c.) is from L. frequentare "visit regularly." Related: Frequented; frequenting.
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