Infrequent and Regular
Opposite meaning words
Regular adjective - Appearing or occurring repeatedly from time to time.
Usage example: what with one or another of our pets having problems, we've been regular visitors at the animal hospital
Both words in one sentence
- In the first half of the first season Eliot Stabler's four children were regular characters, however after that they became infrequent recurrers showing up about once season.
- Bertone and Donovan made infrequent guest shots on call-in shows before both were added to the regular panel permanently.
Source: Website / Spider-Man Crawlspace
- Some, like Peggy or Dale, hold part-time or infrequent employment while others like Bill and Nancy work regular full time jobs but still have all the time needed to screw around.
Source: One-Hour Work Week
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