Overfrequent

O´ver`fre´quent


a.1.Too frequent.
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The broader issue is that tennis players - indeed any sport where physical fitness plays such an important role - are not subject to overfrequent and over-rigorous testing.
DESPITE sharing some of Eddie Sanders' tenets, their overfrequent appearance became tedious long ago.
Given the connection between overfrequent childbirth and the predicament of women, there are reasons to expect that an increase of gender equity, particularly in the decisional power of young women, would tend to lower fertility rates.