Habitually or typically occurring or done; customary,
Habitually or typically occurring or done; customary
he carried out his usual evening routine
their room was a shambles as usual
The drink someone habitually orders or prefers
The thing that is typically done or present
it's a nice change from the usual
occurring or encountered or experienced or observed frequently or in accordance with regular practice or procedure; "grew the usual vegetables"; "the usual summer heat"; "came at the usual time"; "the child's usual bedtime"
common: commonly encountered; "a common (or familiar) complaint"; "the usual greeting"
(usually) normally: under normal conditions; "usually she was late"
(usualness) commonness by virtue of not being unusual
That which most commonly occurs
(usuality) The quality or state of being usual
(Usuality) Words which say how usual a finding or result is. For example, Almost all subjects on a high cholesterol diet increased their blood cholesterol concentration.
(Usually) 50% of the time or more, or the most frequent schedule during the past 4 or 5 months.
(Usually) The majority (more than 50%) of these creatures have the given alignment. This may be due to strong cultural influences, or it may be a legacy of the creatures' origin. For example, most elves inherited their chaotic good alignment from their creator, the deity Corellon Larethian.
(Usually) the exporter hands over a loaded, ready-to-ship container to the carrier at a warehouse or terminal (named place) before being loaded onto the vessel. This then cannot be an appropriate FOB transaction which states Free On Board. ...
a usual, customary; adv usually, customarily
A drink the drinker usually has. Regular customers in a bar will be well known enough to staff who may ask if they are having the usual, namely, the same drink they have most visits.
1. Common: ordinary. 2. Customary: regular.
As in "Pint of the usual, Luv." As opposed to the Unusual...