- at regular times or intervals.
- according to plan, custom, etc.
- usually; ordinarily: The dress is regularly $45 but is now on sale for $30.
Origin of regularly
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Examples from the Web for regularly
Someone who regularly rebels against the most socially sanctioned night of the year?The Refuseniks Hiding From ‘Happy New Year’
December 31, 2014
He did not plead guilty, and has regularly filed petitions in an effort to prove his innocence.Behind Bars for the Holidays: 11 Political Prisoners We Want to See Free In 2015
December 25, 2014
The family contends that Muataz was regularly abused and further threatened with rape.In Jerusalem Home Demolitions, the Biblical Justice of Revenge
November 25, 2014
Regularly on the lineup, though nestled among the headliners, was Roy Masters.The Godfather of Right-Wing Radio
November 23, 2014
“He did not trust his slaves and regularly complained that they shirked work, stole supplies, and broke tools,” writes Larson.Washington’s Wheeler-Dealer Patriotism
October 31, 2014
However, he was regularly engaged, and it was of no use for me to say anything against him.Brave and Bold
He forced himself to face them regularly as a penance and a corrective.The Spenders
Harry Leon Wilson
A thorough examination should be regularly made, and I will promote it.
But I have not yet regularly described the genus and species of which I am treating.Tales And Novels, Volume 9 (of 10)
Little Lucie she taught, as regularly, as if they had all been united in their English home.A Tale of Two Cities
Word Origin and History for regularly
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper