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Synonyms for regular

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commonly practiced or used

characterized by or displaying symmetry, especially correspondence in scale or measure

without imperfections or blemishes, as a line or contour

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arranged or proceeding in a set, systematized pattern

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a regular patron

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a soldier in the regular army

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a dependable follower (especially in party politics)

a garment size for persons of average height and weight

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in accordance with fixed order or procedure or principle

often used as intensifiers

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conforming to a standard or pattern

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regularly scheduled for fixed times

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in accord with regular practice or procedure

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occurring at fixed intervals

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relating to a person who does something regularly

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(used of the military) belonging to or engaged in by legitimate army forces

(of solids) having clear dimensions that can be measured

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not constipated

symmetrically arranged

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not deviating from what is normal

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officially full-time

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References in classic literature ?
She has obtained a regular and unanimous advice from men of her own deliberate choice.
Caroline was little, though evidently full grown; raven-black hair, very dark eyes, absolutely regular features, with a colourless olive complexion, clear as to the face and sallow about the neck, formed in her that assemblage of points whose union many persons regard as the perfection of beauty.
Fruits of various; kinds were likewise suspended in leafen baskets, from the tops of poles planted uprightly, and at regular intervals, along the lower terraces of both altars.
The Columbia, however, is believed to be the first ship that made a regular discovery and anchored within its waters, and it has since generally borne the name of that vessel.
Here we shall in time be in peace, and our regular employments, our books and conversations, with exercise, the children, and every domestic pleasure in my power to procure her, will, I trust, gradually overcome this youthful attachment.
Physicians are, some of them, so pleasing and conformable to the humor of the patient, as they press not the true cure of the disease; and some other are so regular, in proceeding according to art for the disease, as they respect not sufficiently the condition of the patient.
From the western gate aforesaid the highway, as every Wintoncestrian knows, ascends a long and regular incline of the exact length of a measured mile, leaving the houses gradually behind.
One wheel slowly moved, another was set in motion, and a third, and wheels began to revolve faster and faster, levers and cogwheels to work, chimes to play, figures to pop out, and the hands to advance with regular motion as a result of all that activity.
The boy fell against the Horner, so that all went tumbling down the slide in a regular mix-up, unable to see where they were going because of the darkness.
After a few moments he simulated the regular breathing of deep slumber.
And when they spoke of it to the others they were assured that it would be quite regular, and a most splendid termination of a remarkable romance.
Why, d'ye know, when I'm playin' an' he's singin', it's a regular duet of what the sky-pilots 'd call religion an' knowin' God.
We only want an old man and a young one, and a third pal of yours who is a gentleman born, to make a regular clearance in the house.
At the conclusion of each massacre in either country, or as soon thereafter as practicable, or at stated regular periods, as may be provided by treaty, there shall be an exchange of scalps between the two Governments, scalp for scalp, without regard to sex or age; the Government having the greatest number is to be taxed on the excess at the rate of $1000 a scalp, and the other Government credited with the amount.
The Appeal to Reason was a weekly, and its regular circulation amongst the proletariat was seven hundred and fifty thousand.