[free-kwuh n-tey-shuh n]
- the practice of frequenting; habit of visiting often.
Origin of frequentation
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Examples from the Web for frequentation
It was from this daily frequentation that the latter was enabled to write a "Life of Lincoln."
Without the walls of Newgate the house of his frequentation was the 'Dog Tavern.'A Book of Scoundrels
Evidently the frequentation of St. Joseph's was much the same as the theatres.Evelyn Innes
Lincoln confessed at the outset of life that he was going to avoid society, as its frequentation was incompatible with study.
The frequentation of the port of Nieuport presents all the facilities which the merchants can require.
- the act or practice of frequenting or visiting often
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