- a publication appearing once a week.
Origin of weekly
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Examples from the Web for weekly
I return home after several days in the hospital and start thrice weekly physical therapy.You’re Never ‘Cured’ of an Eating Disorder
December 20, 2014
We also knew that once we hit the road, we would be paying our band and crew on a weekly basis.How Much Money Does a Band Really Make on Tour?
December 8, 2014
In the latest Weekly Standard can be found an editorial under the headline “The Benghazi Whitewash.”Rand Paul Won’t Let Benghazi Die
December 2, 2014
As well as weekly church services, Boyfriend—who shares a birthday with Madonna—went to a private, Christian school.From Church of Christ to Pansexual Rapper
November 28, 2014
If Justin Bieber were Tom Brady's son, Brady would most likely be unable to afford his weekly allowance.Justin Bieber Isn’t Even 21, Yet Makes More Money Than Meryl Streep
November 25, 2014
She amused herself by showing Fritz the pictures in an illustrated weekly.The Little Colonel
Annie Fellows Johnston
Since their recent return, our friend has yielded to a weekly visit, but that is the utmost.Little Dorrit
It must be, with such genius, tact and experience, all that a weekly periodical can be.
Mr. Morris has drawn them just as they are leaving their school for their weekly parade.
Then he was a trifle disappointed that she had not brought him his weekly paper.A Singer from the Sea
Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
- happening or taking place once a week or every week
- determined or calculated by the week
- once a week or every week
- a newspaper or magazine issued every week
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Word Origin and History for weekly
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