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usually

[ yoo-zhoo-uh-lee, yoozh-wuh-lee ]
/ ˈyu ʒu ə li, ˈyuʒ wə li /
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adverb
in the manner or way that is most usual; typically; ordinarily: We usually have breakfast on the back porch.
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Origin of usually

First recorded in 1450–1500; late Middle English; usual + -ly

synonym study for usually

See often.
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How to use usually in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for usually

usually
/ (ˈjuːʒʊəlɪ) /

adverb
customarily; at most times; in the ordinary course of events
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