ordinarily[ awr-dn-air-uh-lee, awr-dn-er-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF ordinarily
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ORDINARILY
Ordinarily no duck could have been more indifferent to a rain storm than herself.
Ordinarily he would not have heard them at all; now they annoyed him.
Some refreshment is ordinarily procurable there, but it is not much of a place.
But this ordinarily keeps in and does not trouble the people.
He saw that, ordinarily, these two were the least important members of the club.
Ordinarily Coyotes do not sleep in dens or in any fixed place.
The blue cat is the one ordinarily known in this country as the dark maltese.
The trees they choose are ordinarily the poplar, which grow on the banks of the water.
Even Goujet, who was ordinarily very sober, had taken plenty of wine.
Ordinarily, every body in society reminds us of somewhat else, or of some other person.