- What is the best synonym for frequently?
- What is a frequent?
- What is a antonym for the word frequent?
- What is the synonym and antonym of often?
- What is the opposite of everyday?
- What is the opposite of single?
- What is the opposite word of frequently?
- What do you call something that happens every day?
- What’s a word for doing the same thing everyday?
What is the best synonym for frequently?
Synonyms & Antonyms of frequentlyagain and again,constantly,continually,hourly,much,oft,often,oftentimes.More items….
What is a frequent?
adjective. happening or occurring at short intervals: to make frequent trips to Tokyo. constant, habitual, or regular: a frequent guest.
What is a antonym for the word frequent?
frequent. Antonyms: few, solitary, rare, scanty, casual. Synonyms: many, repeated, numerous, recurrent, general, continual, usual, common.
What is the synonym and antonym of often?
often(adv) Synonyms: frequently, repeatedly, oftentimes, ofttimes. Antonyms: seldom, infrequently.
What is the opposite of everyday?
Antonyms: unusual, strange, formal, extraordinary. Synonyms: routine, occasional, passing(a), effortless, cursory, fooling, day-by-day, quotidian, daily, casual, chance(a), free-and-easy, nonchalant, day-after-day, day-to-day, workaday, unremarkable, perfunctory, insouciant, mundane. everyday(adj)
What is the opposite of single?
Opposite of existing by itself. many. multiple. numerous. several.
What is the opposite word of frequently?
(rarely) Opposite of at frequent intervals. rarely. seldom. barely. infrequently.
What do you call something that happens every day?
Adjective. Done, produced, or occurring every day or every weekday. daily. quotidian. diurnal.
What’s a word for doing the same thing everyday?
Something that is repetitive involves doing the same thing over and over again. If you get bored running on a treadmill daily, you might try something less repetitive, like playing soccer outdoors. Anything you do repeatedly, especially when it’s boring, can be described using the adjective repetitive.