generally

[ jen-er-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF generally

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The lower classes of tradesmen were generally placed near the gates.

It was generally considered impromptu, but was, in truth, as stereotyped as the other.

To others beyond he was not known and was not generally popular.

Fortunately the corn was not generally housed, and much of that was saved.

It was generally in the morning she went, because then she was almost sure to find them alone.

It was what is generally known as a most impressive service.

But generally speaking, it does escape them, and lives to finish its task.

Touch a man on his business, and he generally responds by being interested.

And have you the elixir vita which generally accompanies it?

To those who have not cultivated it, its taste is generally repugnant.

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