Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a customary manner; commonly; habitually.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In a customary manner; habitually.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb manner In the customary manner; as is custom
  • adverb frequency Under normal circumstances, normally.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb by custom; according to common practice

Etymologies

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customary +‎ -ly

Examples

  • However, it is the term customarily applied to the above-defined function of the soil solution.

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  • 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!

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  • 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!

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  • The last is called extrasensory perception, a phrase customarily abbreviated as ESP.

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  • "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.

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  • "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.

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  • "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.

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  • "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.

    columbiatribune.com stories

  • "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.

    columbiatribune.com stories

  • "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.

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