weekly

[ UK /wˈiːkli/ ]
[ US /ˈwikɫi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a periodical that is published every week (or 52 issues per year)
ADVERB
  1. without missing a week
    she visited her aunt weekly
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or occurring every seven days
    weekly paper
    a weekly visit
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How To Use weekly In A Sentence

  • For the computer savvy individual, you can set up your daily or weekly schedule to give you an auto-reminder of you resolution.
  • Businesses and service organizations were losing employees and customers weekly, daily, and eventually hourly.
  • How many fathers would drive their daughter 120 miles through mountainous terrain so she could attend weekly ballet and singing lessons?
  • The Absolutely Fabulous star will lead the cast of a new weekly whodunnit sketch. The Sun
  • Greek weekly "Proto Thema", an unregretted and shameless Akin stated that he killed Solomou and would do it again if needed. OpEdNews - Diary: Murdering Peace in Derynia
  • The club extend their deep gratitude to all who support the weekly draws.
  • Next week they will swap places and will repeat the switch weekly.
  • The precis accompanying the weekly summaries of incidents also make it possible to explore in more detail the deaths of individual policemen.
  • It also insisted there was capacity in the sector for the weekly throughput of pigs.
  • The document was put together in September of 2000 by The Project for the New American Century, a conservative think-tank fathered by Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard.
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