frequenter frequenter


  • (n) a regular customer


  1. Vanderbilt was known to be a frequenter of Canfield's place; dowagers who had never set foot therein avowed that he had often lost as much as $75,000 in one evening.
  2. Though he rated as the Senate's foremost frequenter of night clubs, spry, fun-loving old Senator McAdoo was not one to enjoy single life.
  3. Another Saratoga frequenter is Herbert Bayard Swope.


  1. Bystanders Come To Man’S Rescue In The Nick Of Time

    Sore but standing, Seattle resident and Gorge frequenter Tom Dawson was out of the hospital and mobile three days after a kiteboarding crash at the Hood River sandbar that would have ended much worse if fellow kiteboarders and onlookers didn’t come to his immediate rescue.
    on July 10, 2013     Source: Hood River News


    I’m not a frequenter of the unincorporated town of Fallbrook and, hence, was unaware of the weekly exodus that occurs when its residents pick up and head out in search of good times, Friday through Sunday.
    on July 9, 2013     Source: San Diego Reader


  • "He lived locally and was a frequenter of prostitutes," said Mr Wright. "His lie was not out of embarrassment. It was designed to conceal what his real motive was in being out that night." "In the event, you may conclude, he elected...
    on Jan 16, 2008 By: Steve Wright Source: East Anglian Daily Times

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