customarily[ kuhs-tuh-mer-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF customarily
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUSTOMARILY
Slafe was in the bow, customarily taciturn, the crew were busy.
It occurred to Terry that yachts are not customarily armed with bazookas.
The inn yard was customarily the resort of showmen and musicians.
His nose was "rather aquiline," and his lips were customarily compressed.
It suggested that she customarily mislaid it, and recaptured only an echo.
This is the time when the ordinary fruit trees are customarily pruned.
The concierge had upset the place with the same brutality, the same haste, as customarily.
In both, of course, there is customarily a wide range of choice.
Where probate fees have customarily been less, they shall remain the same.
But where mortuaries have customarily been less, they shall remain the same.