Definition of Infrequence

1. n. The state of rarely occuring; uncommonness; rareness; as, the infrequence of his visits.



Definition of Infrequence

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Infrequence

infrasubspecific
infratemporal
infratemporal crest
infratemporal fossa
infratemporal surface of maxilla
infratentorial
infratentorial neoplasms
infraterritorial
infrathoracic
infratonsillar
infratrochlear
infratrochlear nerve
infraumbilical
infraversion
infravision
infrequence (current term)
infrequences
infrequencies
infrequency
infrequent
infrequently
infriction
infrictions
infrigidate
infrigidated
infrigidating
infrigidation
infringe
infringed
infringement

Literary usage of Infrequence

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1. International Contributions to Medical Literature: "festschrift" in Honor of by Francis Huber, Frederic E. Sondern, Abraham Jacobi (1900)
"... infrequence (ABSENCE?) OF ENDOCARDITIS AT NEW YORK FOUNDLING HOSPITAL. BY WILLIAM PERRY NORTHRUP, MD, Professor of Pediatrics in the University and ..."

2. Legislative Procedure: Parliamentary Practices and the Course of Business in by Robert Luce (1922)
"The emphasis would better have been laid on the infrequence of control of the two branches by different parties. To this, in States using the ..."

3. Report by Henry Phipps Institute (1908)
"The infrequence of amyloid casts in pulmonary tuberculosis may be due to the comparative infrequence of amyloid disease of the kidneys in this disease (5% ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899)
"Notes on the Relative infrequence of Fungi upon the Trans-Missouri Plains and the Adjacent Foothills of the Rocky Mountain Region : DE. ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899)
"... in it of sugar and of acid salts, and how the influence of these may be overcome. Notes on the Relative infrequence of Fungi upon the Trans-Missouri ..."

6. Report (1904)
"This great and striking frequence of blank cartridge wounds as the cause of tetanus, when compared with the relative infrequence of ..."

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