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On Sunday, the Washington Football Team will be seen nationally as a franchise in its customary state of turmoil.

Many of us are prudently giving up customary holiday visits with friends and family, but staying home may make us feel lumpy and sad.

It has been remarked that the language of this more than 20-year-old play is less elliptical than is customary in Kennedy’s work.

After about a half-hour, I send Santa and Claire the Elf to their next stop with a customary bottle of Bailey’s Irish Cream and a plate full of food.

McGrath told The Washington Post in an email in August that it was “customary for departing CEOs” to receive severance payments equal to about a year’s salary.

The moment came where newly graduated cops customarily toss their white gloves into the air in celebration.

The 4th of July is customarily marked by charcoal “cook-outs,” which endanger the community.

Though blacks had used the park in the past, they were customarily restricted to certain portions of it.

Customarily, Jewish women are encouraged to refrain from doing work while the candles are burning.

They were customarily used by the previous administration, for instance.

The owner of such a mill customarily purchased wheat for manufacture.

His face was very pale, but he seemed to carry himself with more dignity than customarily, Carver noticed.

The customarily silent Seven Sachs had little by little subdued him to an admiration as mute as it was profound.

Species included in this category are those that customarily spend most of their lives at the edge of permanent water.

These are quite appropriate to any act of honour, and have been customarily so used in relation to human beings.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to customarily, such as: commonly, consistently, generally, habitually, normally, and routinely.

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