- typical + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Even the name Un-American was a hijacking of the term typically used until then to characterize the undemocratic treatment of minorities.”
“The term typically applies to functional but poorly-pieced-together hardware or software, but in this case it extends to just about any ugly but effective solution to a problem.”
“But since the two remain unmarried, Ms. Lee won 't assume the title typically taken by the governor' s wife.”
“Myth, by contrast, has long been a source of scholarly fascination, although the term typically emerges in the study of American literatures in its pejorative sense.”
“Without even getting into the racial aspects or the fact that the term typically is used in situations where the parents are unmarried.”
“The modern Greek word θηριο (therio), derived from this word, typically translates as "monster.”
“The modern Greek word '' 'θηριο' '' ( '' therio ''), derived from this word, typically translates as "monster.”
“While the definition of "3D-Ready" varies from manufacturer to manufacturer, the term typically means that the set can display 3D content but lacks the IR emitter needed to sync the TV's image to the glasses -- so you'll need to buy that separately.”
“Though it wasn't clear what he meant by the remark, the term typically refers to workers who supposedly provide legal services to the poor for their own gain, The Times reported.”
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