from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In the customary manner; as is custom
- adv. Under normal circumstances, normally.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a customary manner; habitually.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a customary manner; commonly; habitually.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by custom; according to common practice
However, it is the term customarily applied to the above-defined function of the soil solution.
The Lady has a prominent purpose in customarily a integrate of scenes, a Vice vanguard reminded us; nonetheless what an stroke she creates upon readers as good as audiences!
The last is called extrasensory perception, a phrase customarily abbreviated as ESP.
"Hammerschmidt" is the name customarily used to describe a state Supreme Court decision enforcing the state constitutional prohibition against including more than one topic in a single piece of legislation.
And Mirra has a point … it’s also a point that can be said for undergrads who express conservative viewpoints in customarily “liberal” academic institutions.
I suppose my life has been full of poetic justice - an expression customarily used by Holy Joes to cloak the vindictive pleasure they feel when some enterprising fellow fetches himself a cropper.
The Clinton Justice Department told the media he was neither a "target" nor a "suspect" - terms customarily used by law enforcement.
The Clinton Justice Department told the media he was neither a "target" nor a "suspect" -- terms customarily used by law enforcement.
Our whole group listened anxiously for the Yiddish phrase customarily added to such a compliment if good will had been at all behind it-a leben uff em, a long life upon him.
It was the usual sort of late-afternoon call customarily exchanged by country neighbors ....