infrequently (part of speech: adverb)
- Not infrequently it extends across the whole breadth of the church, and is sometimes carried nearly up to the roof, as at S. Alban's Abbey, Durham and Gloucester Cathedrals, S. Saviour's, Southwark and in that remarkably fine example at Christchurch, Hants. - "Our Homeland Churches and How to Study Them", Sidney Heath.
- In both China and Japan there has often been a strong current of feeling in the official classes against Buddhism but on the other hand it often had the support of both emperors and people, and princes not infrequently joined the clergy, especially when it was desirable for them to live in retirement. - "Hinduism and Buddhism, Vol I. (of 3) An Historical Sketch", Charles Eliot.
- More positively, he seems to have inherited a readily fatigued nervous system, which limited his powers of protracted attention and made him not infrequently irritable and difficult to get on with. - "Herbert Spencer", J. Arthur Thomson.