normally[ nawr-muh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF normally
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NORMALLY
Corry was still in the position of heir, when he should normally have become owner.
The Moon-gravity is normally approximately one-sixth the gravity of Earth.
The joy to him is to see things as they are and to judge them normally.
But I was landed by boat instead of normally, and I am told the colony is doomed.
Albino: a colorless individual of a species that is normally colored.
Normally requests were received on paper and had to be transcribed.
If, on the other hand, you picked line AB, you are normally suggestible.
Normally a jellyfish has its parts in four or multiples of four.
B class was normally too expensive for Bart's father's modest purse.
Normally, perhaps, his sympathies would have been with the Democrats.