regularly

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(Roget's IV) modif.
1. [As a matter of usual practice]
Syn. customarily, habitually, punctually, systematically, unchangingly, right along, as a rule, routinely, usually, commonly, as a matter of course, tirelessly, conventionally, ordinarily, repeatedly, recurrently, frequently, orthodoxly, faithfully, religiously, mechanically, automatically, without once missing.
2. [With little or no deviation]
Syn. normally, periodically, evenly, methodically, exactly, monotonously, rhythmically, steadily, unbrokenly, typically, continually, like clockwork, mechanically, cyclically, seasonally, day in and day out, constantly, always, ceaselessly, time and time again, day after day, invariably, redundantly, hourly, incessantly, daily, perpetually, over and over again, weekly, monthly, annually, quarterly, diurnally, at regular intervals.
Ant. irregularly*, unevenly, erratically.
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(Roget's Thesaurus II) adverb In an expected or customary manner: commonly, consistently, customarily, frequently, generally, habitually, naturally, normally, often, routinely, typically, usually. Idioms: as usual, per usual. See BIG, USUAL.

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