frequently

[free-kwuhnt-lee]
adverb
often; many times; at short intervals.

Origin:
1525–35; frequent + -ly


repeatedly. See often.
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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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frequently
1530s, from frequent + -ly (2).
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Example sentences
Harper and others who choose to move frequently are likely to be risk takers,
  psychologists say.
The employee is frequently required to stand, walk and sit.
Bacteria swap genes with their neighbors more frequently than researchers have
  realized.
He operates in a variety of mediums, from sculpture to painting, and frequently
  incorporates found objects into his work.
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