One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Not often; rarely.‘a storage area for infrequently used items’‘he cooks, but only infrequently’
- ‘Shown infrequently at first, movies earned a regular place on Ontario vaudeville show bills over the next 10 years.’
- ‘Any time the dialogue lapses into Italian (which happens not too infrequently), the subtitles are absent.’
- ‘Not infrequently, "Volume2" of a series can mean something considerably less than the first.’
- ‘Sacred texts are not infrequently ontological embodiments of performance contexts.’
- ‘Burrows that are in disrepair or meander around the soil surface most likely are used infrequently.’
- ‘Anyone who has indulged those guilty pleasures (however infrequently) will recognize in him a master practitioner.’
- ‘His music is infrequently heard outside of Sweden.’
- ‘He wrote letters infrequently and once said that he would "rather paint two walls than write a letter."’
- ‘There are several possible reasons why collaborative learning projects occur infrequently.’
- ‘He exhibited infrequently during his formative artistic years, disliking the aggressive self-promotion it entailed.’
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