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īn-frequēns tis, adj.

with comp. and sup, not crowded, in small numbers: copiae hoc infrequentiores imponuntur, in smaller numbers, Cs.: senatus, with no quorum: causa, thinly attended: infrequentissima urbis, the least populous parts, L.: signa, with few followers, L.: Sabini infrequentes armati, few of them armed, L.: sum et Romae et in praedio, with few attendants: pars (urbis) infrequens aedificiis, L.—In time, rare, infrequent: deorum cultor, H.

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