usually

[ yoo-zhoo-uhl, yoozh-wuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF usually

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I am bound to him by ties stronger than usually bind the hearts of women.

Pericles was usually represented with a helmet, to cover the deformity in his skull.

And I remember they were more than usually brilliant at that time.

But, because he won't submit, he usually runs foul of other men.

But Allister had not come in, although he was usually the first at a rendezvous.

He was more than usually polite to the major: he was in the army, the goal of his aspiration!

When the cakes are baked, they usually reach the top of the pans.

Usually, 30 to 45 minutes after boiling has begun will be sufficient.

After that there are usually two rivals, and she marries one of them—that's three.

Usually he had some cheerful banter for Tillie, to which she responded in kind.

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