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frequēns entis, adj. with comp. and sup.

FARC-.—Of persons, often, regular, constant, repeated, assiduous : Cum illis unā aderat frequens, T.: erat Romae frequens, much at Rome : Platonis auditor, assiduous : ad signa esse, L.: te audivi: filium frequentiorem prope cum illis quam secum cernebat, L.—Of things, repeated, often, frequent, common, usual : pocula: iambus: familiaritas, N.: frequentior fama, L.: rarus ferri, frequens fustium usus, Ta.In great numbers, full, crowded, numerous : cives atque socii: frequentior legatio, L.: senatus, S.: senatus frequentior: frequentissimo senatu: frequentes venerunt, Cs.: huc quam frequentissimi conveniunt, Cs.: frequens redemptor cum famulis, i. e. with a throng of attendants , H.: telis frequentibus instare, V.—Of places, filled, full, crowded, populous, much frequented, well stocked : frequentissimum theatrum: nulla (praefectura) totā Italiā frequentior: Numidia, S.: emporium, L.: ludi, H.: tectis urbs, L.: herbis campus, V.: utra pars frequentior vicis esset, L.

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