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  • And he lived with his wife very much as two people customarily live together. Cited from Jurgen, by James Branch Cabell
  • He customarily acquired more land for projects so that space would be available for future growth.
  • She customarily leaves the house only to visit or to go to the market.
  • Customarily when a man married, he moved to the camp of his wife's band.
  • These positions are customarily held by members of the majority party in each chamber.
  • Key committee members customarily include the operations manager and the data processing manager.
  • According to tradition, setting food on the table is customarily done by women.
  • The play is customarily performed by a single actor playing all the roles.
  • See the Note article for how the notes are customarily named in different countries.
  • This work we customarily began about nine of the morning. Cited from 54-40 or Fight, by Emerson Hough
  • In modern times the Master has customarily been of the highest academic distinction.
  • Data type validation is customarily carried out on one or more simple data fields.
  • Customarily, the upper mark is up-hill from the lower (forward) mark.
  • Customarily, activities taking place in Chinese-Australian homes were related to the education of their children.
  • The style was customarily held until the death of the royal parent or until the princess married.
  • In both, of course, there is customarily a wide range of choice. Cited from A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees, by Edwin Asa Dix
  • Chinese varieties are customarily named after the area in which they are spoken.
  • To fast customarily means to only eat one meal during the day, and to avoid animal products.
  • However, they customarily join the workers in the fields and take their share in all kinds of labor. Cited from The Tinguian, by Fay-Cooper Cole
  • This was required by the respect customarily due to the distinguished dead. Cited from Legends, Traditions, and Laws of the Iroquois, or
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Meaning of customarily

  • adverb By custom; according to common practice
    children are custosby-the-waymarily expected to be seen but not heard