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- adv. Most of the time; less than always, but more than occasionally.
- adv. Under normal conditions.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- According to what is usual or customary; commonly; customarily; ordinarily.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. under normal conditions
In fact the people that were chosen for management were usually total screwups and were dangerous around such equipment and aircraft..usually their day consisted of walking around asking the mechanics, “Are you done yet?” smoking cigarettes and generally just collecting a paycheck.
Tonight is my first sleepover, a term usually used by my seven-year-old daughters...
It was a one-hundred-dollar job that the label usually did for free.
Of course, in Scripture, the term usually does not refer to the literal blood pump.
The violence has prompted rare attention from Israeli leaders, who have begun to call the perpetrators "terrorists" - a term usually reserved for Palestinian militants.
In the Talmud, the word usually implies concealment: Any writing that seemed heretical should, it was felt, be ganuz , hidden away.
The designation usually comes about after firms give the adviser a choice between resigning or being fired.
One of them is the expression usually translated as “the fear of God.”
"Serene" isn't a word usually used to describe the fifth largest city in Latin America, but the hotel overlooks a gorgeous grove of olive trees which appropriately suited my Greek roots, and it was super quiet.
The term usually refers to bonds issued in foreign currencies, while bonds issued by national governments in the country's own currency are referred to as government bonds.
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