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What does frequently mean?

Frequently means often; more than a few times, more than you can assign a number to, and in fact, a word like frequently is used when you can't assign a number to an event. He (MORE)
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What is the noun of frequent?

The noun forms for the verb to frequent are frequenter, frequency, and the gerund, frequenting. The noun form for the adjective frequent is frequentness.
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What is a frequent flyer number?

A frequent flyer number is a number allocated to a person to track their airline activity with a view to rewarding them with free flights and upgrades etc in exchange for givi (MORE)

Is it bad to have frequent headaches?

Frequent headache can be symptomatic of many, many diagnoses which range from inconsequential to dangerous. Whether your type of headache diagnosis is bad or not will depend u (MORE)

Can anxiety cause frequent urination?

Answer   All depends on what you are anxious about. Say you are anxious about taking a long car ride with no stops than yeah maybe if you think that you are going to urin (MORE)

Book Spotlight - In Memory: A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett

In March 2015 we lost one of the world's greatest literary minds - Sir Terry Pratchett. Terry was suffering from Alzheimer's and fiercely campaigned to raise awareness of the (MORE)
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Is frequently an adverb?

    Yes, it is:     He frequently dances.     He=noun.     Frequently=adverb because it is describing the verb.     Dances=verb.
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Is frequent acid reflux normal?

Acid reflux is not normal as it is an illness which can cause serious side effects over time if not handled properly. There are many things which can be done such as dietary a (MORE)

What to do about frequent cramps?

Muscle cramps can be caused by a number of things. If they are occurring too frequently you might want to visit your medical provider. Some things you can do to try to prevent (MORE)
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Is frequent a noun?

No, the word 'frequent' is a verb (frequent, frequents,  frequenting, frequented) and an adjective (frequent, more  frequent, most frequent).    Examples:   Somet (MORE)