done, happening, appearing, etc., once a month: a monthly magazine.
a periodical published once a month.
Sometimes monthlies. Informal. a menstrual period.
- half-monthly, adjective
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How to use monthly in a sentence
The men who edited wheel magazines now changed them to "golf monthlies."As A Chinaman Saw Us | Anonymous
This move on Canada's part was aimed principally to prevent the flooding of Canadian mails with cheap American monthlies.Canada: Its Postage Stamps and Postal Stationery | Clifton Armstrong Howes
Every prominent paper gave a leader in the editorial column, and when the weeklies and monthlies came out they followed suit.Bidwell's Travels, from Wall Street to London Prison | Austin Biron Bidwell
We run two monthlies and a weekly, one critical, one household, one entirely for children.The Nest Builder | Beatrice Forbes-Robertson Hale
Some of the high-class weeklies feel the competition of the ten-cent monthlies.The March Family Trilogy, Complete | William Dean Howells
British Dictionary definitions for monthly
occurring, done, appearing, payable, etc, once every month
lasting or valid for a month: a monthly subscription
once a month
a book, periodical, magazine, etc, published once a month
informal a menstrual period
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