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commonly practiced or used

a regular or customary matter, condition, or course of events

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occurring or encountered or experienced or observed frequently or in accordance with regular practice or procedure

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When Princess Mary went to him at the usual hour he was working at his lathe and, as usual, did not look round at her.
perhaps a little sorry for the girl and as usual without a penny in his pocket, appreciating the comfortable quarters, wishing to linger on as long as possible in the shameless enjoyment of this already doomed luxury.
Much as usual," said Miss Garth, feeling her resources of politeness fast failing her.
No doubt they fidgeted only about as usual, but it didn't seem so to me.
She ran upstairs as usual, and was completely awakened to reality by the sight of Mrs.
He caught up with me on the road home, and grinned as cheerfully as usual.
He inhaled the sacred smoke, gave a puff upward to the heaven, then downward to the earth, then towards the east; after this it was as usual passed from mouth to mouth, each holding it respectfully until his neighbor had taken several whiffs; and now the grand council was considered as opened in due form.
When the morning dawned, the Cock, as usual, crowed very loudly several times.
Bagnet briskly, "here we are, Lignum and myself"--she often speaks of her husband by this appellation, on account, as it is supposed, of Lignum Vitae having been his old regimental nickname when they first became acquainted, in compliment to the extreme hardness and toughness of his physiognomy--"just looked in, we have, to make it all correct as usual about that security.
She turned from side to side, in the hope that the coolness of the sheets would cure her, and that when she next opened her eyes to look the room would be as usual.
Woodhouse having, as usual, tried to persuade his daughter to stay behind with all her children, was obliged to see the whole party set off, and return to his lamentations over the destiny of poor Isabella;which poor Isabella, passing her life with those she doated on, full of their merits, blind to their faults, and always innocently busy, might have been a model of right feminine happiness.
Having got her mistress into bed, lighted her lamp, and given her good night, Mrs Flintwinch went to roost as usual, saving that her lord had not yet appeared.
Irwine and the Miss Irwines, sir; I hope they're as well as usual.
He went about the house as usual, but, as might be expected, fled in extreme terror at my approach.
To promenade, as usual, and large customer brought (fat man).