- a complete set of coded instructions directing a computer to perform a series of operations.
- a series of operations performed by the computer.
Origin of routine
Synonyms for routine
Related Words for routinelyregularly, customarily, often, normally, habitually, sometimes, generally, ordinarily, commonly, consistently, occasionally, frequently, typically, mainly, mostly, naturally
Examples from the Web for routinely
Contemporary Examples of routinely
I ask about sex and drinking and drugs, routinely and without hesitation.Let’s Not Forget: We Were All Teenagers Once
December 1, 2014
Where necessary, the commission will provide pens in polling booths that will be routinely sanitized.Liberian Senatorial Elections Defy Ebola
December 1, 2014
Thus, during Jim Crow, black men were routinely hanged, castrated, and lynched for alleged sexual assaults against white women.No Wonder Cosby's Keeping Quiet: He Could Still Be Prosecuted
November 23, 2014
Have you ever sat and watched some of the concert footage of Parliament and Funkadelic that routinely appears on YouTube?George Clinton on Industry ‘Mobsters’ and How Nobody Wants to Listen to a Crackhead
November 19, 2014
And what were those successes, in a country that routinely ranks as one of the least free countries on the planet?Russell Brand’s Revolution For Morons
November 2, 2014
Historical Examples of routinely
The dinner went off routinely, with no overt references made to the missile matter.A Mixture of Genius
A complete physical examination is routinely required to rule out underlying physical disorders.When You Don't Know Where to Turn
Steven J. Bartlett
The bagnio men (bath attendants), who routinely bled the bathers in public baths, preferred the spring lancet.
Subsequently, 225 black replacements were routinely assigned wherever needed throughout the regiment.
Finally, the command would stage no publicity campaign but would instead proceed quietly and routinely.