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The example sentences of USUALLY in videos (15 in total of 6769)

all determiner of preposition or subordinating conjunction these determiner languages noun, plural , they personal pronoun have verb, non-3rd person singular present usually adverb - - they personal pronoun usually adverb use verb, non-3rd person singular present , um proper noun, singular , the determiner cyrillic proper noun, singular alphabet noun, singular or mass ,
the determiner difference noun, singular or mass between preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner tax noun, singular or mass base noun, singular or mass , usually adverb base noun, singular or mass or coordinating conjunction basis noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present usually adverb the determiner comment noun, singular or mass there adverb .
in preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner car noun, singular or mass kids noun, plural usually adverb have verb, non-3rd person singular present their possessive pronoun spot noun, singular or mass right noun, singular or mass in preposition or subordinating conjunction my possessive pronoun experience noun, singular or mass kids noun, plural usually adverb have verb, non-3rd person singular present
very adverb pleased verb, past participle with preposition or subordinating conjunction i personal pronoun am verb, non-3rd person singular present usually adverb skeptical adjective about preposition or subordinating conjunction restaurants noun, plural with preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner view noun, singular or mass because preposition or subordinating conjunction usually adverb the determiner
usually adverb just adverb one cardinal number thing noun, singular or mass it personal pronoun was verb, past tense usually adverb a determiner number noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction things noun, plural that preposition or subordinating conjunction we personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present building noun, singular or mass up preposition or subordinating conjunction
go verb, base form a determiner lot noun, singular or mass more adjective, comparative in preposition or subordinating conjunction depth noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction usually adverb usually adverb i personal pronoun 'd modal go verb, base form a determiner lot noun, singular or mass more adjective, comparative in preposition or subordinating conjunction depth noun, singular or mass in preposition or subordinating conjunction depth noun, singular or mass that wh-determiner 's verb, 3rd person singular present usually adverb
fires noun, plural are verb, non-3rd person singular present usually adverb sparked verb, past participle by preposition or subordinating conjunction lightning noun, singular or mass which wh-determiner means verb, 3rd person singular present they personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present usually adverb preceded verb, past participle or coordinating conjunction followed verb, past participle by preposition or subordinating conjunction rain noun, singular or mass
posterior noun, singular or mass blepharitis verb, 3rd person singular present it personal pronoun usually adverb happens verb, 3rd person singular present on preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner back noun, singular or mass side noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner eyelid noun, singular or mass usually adverb with preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner
long adjective , and coordinating conjunction photos noun, plural of preposition or subordinating conjunction them personal pronoun are verb, non-3rd person singular present usually adverb super adjective blurry noun, singular or mass , so adverb your possessive pronoun professor noun, singular or mass will modal usually adverb use verb, base form
incentives noun, plural - if preposition or subordinating conjunction it personal pronoun s proper noun, singular in preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner corporate adjective setting noun, singular or mass , usually adverb profit noun, singular or mass - and coordinating conjunction not adverb usually adverb fairness noun, singular or mass
usually adverb , you personal pronoun want verb, non-3rd person singular present to to add verb, base form a determiner little adjective bit noun, singular or mass more adverb, comparative green adjective , because preposition or subordinating conjunction magentas noun, plural usually adverb don verb, non-3rd person singular present t proper noun, singular get verb, non-3rd person singular present
the determiner core noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present usually adverb not adverb eaten verb, past participle in preposition or subordinating conjunction fact noun, singular or mass it personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present usually adverb sliced verb, past participle off preposition or subordinating conjunction and coordinating conjunction removed verb, past participle but coordinating conjunction
somebody noun, singular or mass usually adverb has verb, 3rd person singular present a determiner whole adjective bunch noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction jordans proper noun, singular or coordinating conjunction nikes verb, 3rd person singular present they personal pronoun usually adverb a determiner lot noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction
this determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present usually adverb a determiner lot noun, singular or mass longer adverb than preposition or subordinating conjunction what wh-pronoun i personal pronoun usually adverb wear verb, non-3rd person singular present but coordinating conjunction still adverb quite adverb cute adjective .
you personal pronoun know verb, non-3rd person singular present , usually adverb have verb, non-3rd person singular present they personal pronoun usually adverb have verb, non-3rd person singular present to to tend verb, base form to to have verb, base form fair adjective or coordinating conjunction darker noun, singular or mass skin noun, singular or mass .

Use "usually" in a sentence | "usually" example sentences

How to use "usually" in a sentence?

  • For my father, being kind was natural... I have to really work at it. I love competing and winning, conquest - not words you usually associate with kindness.
    -David Copperfield-
  • Happiness and virtue rest upon each other; the best are not only the happiest, but the happiest are usually the best.
    -Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton-
  • Remember: A best-selling book usually follows a simple rule, It's a wonderful story, wonderfully told; not, It's a wonderfully told story.
    -Nicholas Sparks-
  • Usually the person who rises within an organization has a good attitude. The promotions did not give that individual an outstanding attitude, but an outstanding attitude resulted in promotions.
    -John C. Maxwell-
  • The most successful and brilliant work a lighting designer can do is usually the least noticeable.
    -Jean Rosenthal-
  • A pastry usually tastes better if it looks nice. A cream pastry, now that looks nice - in fact, there is nothing I mind as long as it looks nice.
    -Arne Jacobsen-
  • My work always tried to unite the true with the beautiful; but when I had to choose one or the other, I usually chose the beautiful.
    -Tom Stoppard-
  • I usually work from the inside out but sometimes in comedy it's fun to work from the outside in.
    -Michael Chiklis-

Definition and meaning of USUALLY

What does "usually mean?"

/ˈyo͞oZH(o͞o)əlē/

usually

adverb
under normal conditions.

What are synonyms of "usually"?
Some common synonyms of "usually" are:
  • normally,
  • generally,
  • habitually,
  • customarily,
  • standardly,
  • routinely,
  • regularly,
  • typically,
  • ordinarily,
  • commonly,
  • conventionally,
  • traditionally,
  • historically,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˈnôrməlē/

normally
adverb

In the manner that is usual or ordinary.

/ˈjen(ə)rəlē/

generally
adverb

Usually; as a rule; by, to or for most people.

/həˈbiCH(o͞o)əlē/

habitually
adverb

As usually done; by custom.

/ˌkəstəˈmerəlē/

customarily
adverb

By custom; according to common practice.

/ro͞oˈtēnlē/

routinely
adverb

In a regular, habitual or expected way.

/ˈreɡyələrlē/

regularly
adverb

At the usual time each day, week, or month.

/ˈtipik(ə)lē/

typically
adverb

in most cases.

/ˌôrdnˈerəlē/

ordinarily
adverb

usually.

/ˈkämənlē/

commonly
adverb

Typically, normally; not unusually.

/kənˈvenSH(ə)nəlē/

conventionally
adverb

in way based on what is traditionally done or believed.

/trəˈdiSH(ə)n(ə)lē/

traditionally
adverb

as part of long-established custom, practice, or belief.

/hiˈstôrik(ə)lē/

historically
adverb

of past events.

What are antonyms of "usually"?
Some common antonyms of "usually" are:
  • exceptionally,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˌikˈsepSH(ə)nəlē/

exceptionally
adverb

to greater degree than normal.

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