[ US /ˈɹɛɡjəɫɝɫi/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɛɡjuːləli/ ]
  1. in a regular way without variation
    try to breathe evenly
  2. in a regular manner
    letters arrived regularly from his children
  3. having a regular form
    regularly shaped objects
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How To Use regularly In A Sentence

  • Surely you appreciate that for those who regularly attack Israel and its suporters, “Likud” is a label fraught with negative implications that have nothing to do with the political realities within Israel. The Volokh Conspiracy » Human Rights Watch Update
  • His impulsive temperament regularly got him into difficulties.
  • Vulnerable people who have committed no crime and pose no threat to society are regularly forced to wait in bare cells before they get specialist treatment.
  • As the last country in the world to abolish slavery, only in 1888, temporary slavery due to indebtedness and forced labour has continued and been combated regularly by Government in isolated regions, where the arms of the justice system face a demographic challenge. Global Voices in English » Brazil: Fighting contemporary slavery
  • [The site] consists of 'crudities': pieces of raw experience, regularly uploaded ... it aims at developing an extended version of the conventional weblog, one that allows users to upload visual input such as (streaming -) video-files and pictures as easily as texts. Boing Boing: December 22, 2002 - December 28, 2002 Archives
  • It will also grow in slightly alkaline water provided the water in changed very regularly.
  • They regularly mispronounce their Js in names begriming with JO, but not elsewhere. Gallstones of the Unexamined Life « Unknowing
  • Not surprisingly, this imposing property is a popular choice for wedding receptions and regularly used for corporate entertaining, conferences and seminars.
  • It also saved her family the daily washing machine wear and tear, increased water use and the chore of washing and drying nappies regularly.
  • Lawyers and judges, even in quite large cities, usually know each other quite well and regularly fraternise socially.
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