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from time to time occasionally; sometimes but not frequently.
frond a long, finely divided leaf, as of a fern or certain palms.
front the most forward part or side of something, such as a building. [13 definitions]
frontage the linear extent of land next to a street, road, river, lake, or the like. [2 definitions]
frontal of, related to, or located at the front. [2 definitions]
frontal bone the broad bone of the skull that forms the forehead.
frontal lobe the part of the brain that is covered by the frontal bone.
front burner (informal) the state of top priority or principal consideration (usu. prec. by "on the").
front desk a large counter in the lobby of a hotel or other venue where guests register.
frontier a border between two countries, or the area close on either side. [3 definitions]
frontiersman a man who lives on or near a frontier.
frontispiece an illustration facing or preceding the title page of a book.
frontless combined form of front.
frontlet an ornamental band, ribbon, or the like worn on the forehead; phylactery; frontal. [2 definitions]
front-load to assign the bulk of the expense or benefit of a financial process to its early stages. [2 definitions]
front money money that is paid in advance, esp. to start a project.
front office the administrative office of a company or organization, or its executive officers or management.
fronton the game of jai alai or a building with a jai alai court.
front-page important enough to print or report on the first page of a newspaper.
front-runner one who leads in a competition, such as a runner in a footrace or a candidate for political office.
frontward toward the front. [2 definitions]