Origin of usual
Synonyms for usual
Examples from the Web for usually
Contemporary Examples of usually
These are young fathers, rural farmers, usually growing banana or coffee or subsistence crops.
“I usually see people head to the stationary bikes,” Steinbrick says.How to Survive the New Year ‘Gympocalypse’
January 6, 2015
But outside of a few European countries and Quebec, this leave is usually two weeks or less and usually unpaid.
As a company that is beholden to stockholders, Kate Spade usually lags, not leads trends.Handbags: The More You Pay, The Smaller They Shrink
December 29, 2014
While there are a couple of antibiotics that usually work, if they are overused they, too, may cease to be effective.Without Education, Antibiotic Resistance Will Be Our Greatest Health Crisis
December 19, 2014
Historical Examples of usually
Pericles was usually represented with a helmet, to cover the deformity in his skull.
I am bound to him by ties stronger than usually bind the hearts of women.
And I remember they were more than usually brilliant at that time.Clarissa, Volume 1 (of 9)
But, because he won't submit, he usually runs foul of other men.
But Allister had not come in, although he was usually the first at a rendezvous.
Word Origin for usual
late 14c., from Old French usuel (late 13c.), from Late Latin usualis "ordinary," from Latin usus "custom" (see use). The usual suspects is from a line delivered by Claude Rains (as a French police inspector) in "Casablanca" (1942).
see as usual; business as usual.