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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishordinarilyor‧di‧na‧ri‧ly /ˈɔːdənərəli, ˌɔːdənˈeərəli $ ˌɔːrdənˈerəli/ adverb  1 [sentence adverb]USUALLY usually Ordinarily, he didn’t like to go to the movies. This is not the price at which the CD is ordinarily sold.2 ORDINARYin an ordinary or normal way
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ordinarilyThis was not the first time his parents had intimated that they thought Fred only ordinarily able.The roadside, along which, at this hour, thousands of men would ordinarily be plodding to work, was empty.The general administration of the trust is ordinarily carried out in the United Kingdom.Counseling ordinarily costs about $100 a session.People using a pay phone in a particular location do not ordinarily have a choice between sellers of the service.So they may stick by him longer than they would, ordinarily, have done.Furthermore, corporations ordinarily have easier access to bank credit than do other types of business organizations.Ordinarily, it takes six weeks for applications to be processed.Many whites have used the issue as an opportunity to vent racist jokes ordinarily kept underground or in sports bars.an ordinarily quiet neighborhoodGift exchange between fellow Goigama ordinarily took the form of cooked food.
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