(1) She had not spoken to her parents in years and contact with her sisters was sporadic and infrequent .(2) For infrequent visitors, the neighbourhood becomes that much more lived-in and intimate.(3) While the perks were reasonable enough, the infrequent pay was not.(4) It's a breathtakingly infrequent occasion when I top a leaderboard of any kind.(5) But research has shown that infrequent visitors to pubs would be more likely to drop in for a pint if a pub was non-smoking.(6) But he stressed that problems remained infrequent and concentrated in a few particular areas.(7) Youthful faces at the Masses are becoming more infrequent all the while.(8) This is an extremely rare event and has only happened on very infrequent occasions since 1945.(9) Firstly, I need to hope that you, my readers, prefer infrequent posts to hourly updates.(10) The sky is now a uniform shade of grey and it's raining fairly steadily with just a smattering of a wind at infrequent points.(11) Of course it also got her started on her infrequent ruminations that we need to move so we can have another room.(12) Updates between now and Sunday night / Monday morning will be infrequent / nonexistent.(13) Our contacts became very infrequent when I ceased to pass through Melbourne on a regular basis.(14) In addition, infrequent and expensive transportation can make it difficult for patients to get care.(15) Think of school buses as public transit for rural areas with each bus doing one long, infrequent route.(16) Rainfall is infrequent and irregular, falling mainly in winter.