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used in Light in August

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not frequent; i.e., not occurring at regular short intervals
  • His voice was deliberate, infrequent, ponderous; the voice of a man who demanded that he be listened to not so much with attention but in silence.
    Chapter 6 (88% in)
  • Even while he was still a child she would take him with her when with all the intense and mysterious caution of a playing child she would creep to the attic and add to the hoard meagre and infrequent and terrific nickels and dimes (fruit of what small chicanery and deceptions with none anywhere under the sun to say her nay he did not know), putting into the can beneath his round grave eyes coins whose value he did not even recognise.
    Chapter 7 (97% in)
  • It is a quiet road, appearing and vanishing quietly, the pale dust marked only by narrow and infrequent wheels and by the hooves of horses and mules and now and then by the print of human feet.
    Chapter 14 (83% in)
  • Hence during the war and while he was absent from home, his wife had no garden save what she could make herself or with the infrequent aid of neighbors.
    Chapter 20 (4% in)

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