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Quotes of frequently

  1. Why does man kill? He kills for food. And not only food: frequently there must be a beverage. – Woody Allen
  2. Anything that is worth doing has been done frequently Things hitherto undone should be given, I suspect, a wide berth. – Max Beerbohm
  3. So you had to rev your engines, to beat the Russians and I think more than anything, if the Soviet team would win, or the Soviet athletes would win, you would see and hear and read about that. Quite frequently So they would make a big issue of it. – Ralph Boston
  4. Flaming enthusiasm, backed up by horse sense and persistence, is the quality that most frequently makes for success. – Dale Carnegie
  5. Acting in anger and hatred throughout my life, I frequently precipitated what I feared most, the loss of friendships and the need to rely upon the very people I'd abused. – Luke Ford
  6. To attempt to superimpose its views through the exercise of force, is seldom the part of intelligence; it is frequently the part of ignorance. – Paul Harris
  7. Home schooled children frequently combine for many purposes- and they interact well. The growth of the home schooling movement means that more and more children are learning together, just not in a traditional classroom. – Ernest Istook
  8. The accomplice to the crime of corruption is frequently our own indifference. – Bess Myerson
  9. But my most favourite pursuit, after my daily exertions at the Foundry, was Astronomy. There were frequently clear nights when the glorious objects in the Heavens were seen in most attractive beauty and brilliancy. – James Nasmyth
  10. Exchange ideas frequently – James Cash Penney
  11. Probably the happiest period in life most frequently is in middle age, when the eager passions of youth are cooled, and the infirmities of age not yet begun; as we see that the shadows, which are at morning and evening so large, almost entirely disappear at midday. – Eleanor Roosevelt
  12. Comparison of statements made at different periods frequently enable us to give maximal and minimal dates to the appearance of a cultural element or to assign the time limits to a movement of population. – Edward Sapir
  13. The debates of that great assembly are frequently vague and perplexed, seeming to be dragged rather than to march, to the intended goal. Something of this sort must, I think, always happen in public democratic assemblies. – Alexis de Tocqueville
  14. Imagination which comes into play in falling in love is different from any other. Certainly in my case, and I've fallen in love all my life, one imagines the person to be as you want them to be. They frequently turn out to be someone different, for better or worse. – Mary Wesley
  15. Childhood is frequently a solemn business for those inside it. – George Will

Usage examples for frequently

  1. And what is frequently the consequence? – Advice to a Mother on the Management of her Children by Pye Henry Chavasse
  2. Frequently he did not hear questions addressed to him. – A Canadian Bankclerk by J. P. Buschlen
  3. After that first day, when I called upon him at his room, we met frequently – John M. Synge: A Few Personal Recollections, with Biographical Notes by John Masefield
  4. They had frequently cut down trees for a single 'coon, and they felt confident that there were at least three of the animals in the tree, and they were willing to work for them. – Frank, the Young Naturalist by Harry Castlemon
  5. He smiled,- the Japanese frequently smile. – In the Yellow Sea by Henry Frith
  6. It is usually found on the best, and more frequently on light than dark tobacco. – Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce by E. R. Billings
  7. Of late the little girl wanted to see the carpenter's daughter just as frequently as possible. – Carolyn of the Corners by Ruth Belmore Endicott
  8. Such things frequently happen, you know." – Ashton-Kirk, Investigator by John T. McIntyre
  9. He followed the shore line, frequently stumbling and falling on the rocks that lay close to the surface of the snow. – Lost Farm Camp by Harry Herbert Knibbs
  10. Frequently two men were seen on one horse, digging in their heels and urging him to the utmost speed. – The Courier of the Ozarks by Byron A. Dunn
  11. " Frequently we are in danger when we least suspect it. – Flowing Gold by Rex Beach
  12. Had heard Mr. Venner's name frequently mentioned. – The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist)
  13. He visited me openly in Baltimore, but not often enough to excite remark; and we frequently met at other places, as he went in the best society there." – Madeline Payne, the Detective's Daughter by Lawrence L. Lynch
  14. Three cases were filled with books of law and history; there was but one from which the books had of late been frequently taken. – A Dozen Ways Of Love by Lily Dougall
  15. He is frequently right. – Definitions by Henry Seidel Canby
  16. He sometimes read as he walked, and book in hand he frequently approached her now. – The Hand of Ethelberta by Thomas Hardy
  17. He glanced frequently from Jabez to his father, and back again, and Kitty could see he was longing to say something, but did not know how to. – Kitty Trenire by Mabel Quiller-Couch
  18. So now you know Rupert why I went so frequently to China. – The Mandarin's Fan by Fergus Hume
  19. She remained in Arundel Street for the next three months, and her brother saw her frequently but Mrs Tom Mackenzie never went to her, and she never went to Mrs Tom Mackenzie. – Miss Mackenzie by Anthony Trollope
  20. In the extension of an empirical law, the ground of inference is a coincidence frequently repeated within our experience, and the inference is that it has occurred or will occur beyond that experience: in the argument from analogy, the ground of inference is the resemblance between two individual objects or kinds of objects in a certain number of points, and the inference is that they resemble one another in some other point, known to belong to the one, but not known to belong to the other. – Logic, Inductive and Deductive by William Minto

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