A frequent visitor to our house.
Frequent errors of judgment.
I used to frequent that restaurant.
Frequent a restaurant.
To frequent the theater.
An example of frequent is the heart beat in a living person.
Origin of frequent
- Middle English ample, profuse from Old French from Latin frequēns frequent- crowded, numerous, frequent
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Old French frequenter, from Latin frequentare (“to fill, crowd, visit often, do or use often, etc.”), from frequens (“frequent, crowded”)