[ UK /ɪnfɹˈiːkwənt/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnˈfɹikwənt/ ]
  1. not frequent; not occurring regularly or at short intervals
    infrequent outbursts of temper
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How To Use infrequent In A Sentence

  • The tax assessor determined that the property was subject to taxation based on its infrequent use for religious purposes. Christianity Today
  • Harsh discipline was the child's lot, and they were often terrorized deliberately and, not infrequently, sexually abused.
  • Times when the range is not used are increasingly infrequent and rarely coincide with ideal surfing conditions. Times, Sunday Times
  • The uplands are the northernmost part of eastern Australia to experience (infrequent) winter frosts. Einasleigh upland savanna
  • Or he would lecture her on the bad manners and delinquent habits of the twins, as displayed on their infrequent visits to him. Times, Sunday Times
  • We are thought of, and not infrequently referred to by our contemporaries, as old-fogyish, and out of date. The Centennial of the University of Virginia, 1819-1921
  • Granulomata themselves were comparatively infrequent, and other histological features characteristic of Crohn's disease were less conspicuous than usual.
  • Police already have the power to seize and crush old, dangerous and unlicensed cars - a power used too infrequently. Times, Sunday Times
  • Classically, but infrequently observed, the attacks occur every second day with the "tertian" parasites ( Featured Articles - Encyclopedia of Earth
  • Often they are static pages that lack search functions, have nonworking links and are infrequently updated.
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