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infrequent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinfrequentin‧fre‧quent /ɪnˈfriːkwənt/ adjective  RARELYnot happening often syn rare opp frequent They would make infrequent visits to the house.infrequency noun [uncountable]
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infrequentAs time went on, her visits became more and more infrequent.Cases of typhoid are relatively infrequent in Northern Europe.Rain is infrequent in this normally hot, dry region of the world.Roger's infrequent letters home did not reveal much about his personal life.
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