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or·di·nar·i·ly

 (ôr′dn-âr′ə-lē, ôr′dn-ĕr′-)
adv.
1. As a general rule; usually: ordinarily home by six.
2. In the commonplace or usual manner: ordinarily dressed pedestrians on the street.
3. To the usual extent or degree: an ordinarily small profit.

ordinarily

(ˈɔːdənrɪlɪ; ˈɔːdəˌnɛrɪlɪ)
adv
in ordinary, normal, or usual practice; usually; normally

or•di•nar•i•ly

(ˌɔr dnˈɛər ə li, ˈɔr dnˌɛr ə li)

adv.
1. most of the time; generally; usually.
2. in an unexceptional manner or fashion; modestly.
3. to the usual extent; reasonably.
[1525–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.ordinarily - under normal conditions; "usually she was late"

ordinarily

adverb usually, generally, normally, commonly, regularly, routinely, in general, as a rule, habitually, customarily, in the usual way, as is usual, as is the custom, in the general run (of things) The streets would ordinarily have been full of people at this time.
rarely, occasionally, seldom, scarcely, infrequently, uncommonly, hardly ever
Translations
بصورةٍ عادِيَّه
almindeligvissædvanligvis
ordinairementd’habitude
szokásos/megszokott módon
venjulega
navadno

ordinarily

[ɔːdɪˈnɛərɪlɪ] ADVpor lo común, generalmente

ordinarily

[ˌɔːrdəˈnɛrɪli] adv (= normally) → d'ordinaire
The streets would ordinarily have been full of people. There was no one → D'ordinaire, les rues auraient été pleine de gens. Il n'y avait personne.
places where the patient does not ordinarily go → des lieux où le patient ne va pas d'ordinaire
I learned later that this room was ordinarily used by the doctor → J'ai appris plus tard que d'ordinaire la pièce était utilisée par le médecin.
students ordinarily resident in Scotland
BUT des étudiants résidant ordinairement en Écosse.

ordinarily

advnormalerweise, gewöhnlich; (+adj) → normal, wie gewöhnlich; more than ordinarily stupid/intelligentaußergewöhnlich dumm/intelligent

ordinarily

[ˈɔːdnrɪlɪ] advnormalmente, di solito

ordinary

(ˈoːdənəri) adjective
1. usual; normal. She was behaving in a perfectly ordinary manner.
2. not unusually good etc. Some people like his poetry but I think it's rather ordinary.
ˈordinarily adverb
usually.
out of the ordinary
unusual. I don't consider her behaviour at all out of the ordinary.
References in classic literature ?
They fancy that the monster to which these arms belonged ordinarily clings by them to the bed of the ocean; and that the sperm whale, unlike other species, is supplied with teeth in order to attack and tear it.
All at once, in the middle of a fine period, he interrupted himself, and his glance, ordinarily so gentle and even stupid, became menacing.
Then there was a python that ordinarily would have sent me screeching to a tree-top.
Time has dealt kindly with that stout officer, as it does ordinarily with men who have good stomachs and good tempers and are not perplexed over much by fatigue of the brain.
Ordinarily, a gilded angel strikes the hour on a big bell with a hammer; as the striking ceases, a life-sized figure of Time raises its hour-glass and turns it; two golden rams advance and butt each other; a gilded cock lifts its wings; but the main features are two great angels, who stand on each side of the dial with long horns at their lips; it was said that they blew melodious blasts on these horns every hour--but they did not do it for us.
Simpson, who ordinarily sat elsewhere at the town's expense), they warmed themselves rapturously in the vision of the banquet lamp, which speedily be- came to them more desirable than food, drink, or clothing.
The ties that ordinarily bind children to their homes were all suspended in my case.
Even Ali, who had hastened to obey the Count's summons, went forth from his master's presence in charmed amazement at the unusual animation and pleasure depicted on features ordinarily so stern and cold; while, as though dreading to put to flight the agreeable ideas hovering over his patron's meditations, whatever they were, the faithful Nubian walked on tiptoe towards the door, holding his breath, lest its faintest sound should dissipate his master's happy reverie.
Poverty ordinarily causes no such sensations to those who are conscious of possessing advantages of an order superior to wealth, and surely a well-educated, well-born, virtuous girl need not have blushed because estates were torn from her parents by a political convulsion that had overturned an ancient and powerful throne.
He disdained to put into a salutation all the shades which a courtier ordinarily borrows from the same color -- the desire to please.
There was no drunkenness, as drunkenness is ordinarily understood--no staggering and rolling around, no befuddlement of the senses.
Thucydides, in quoting the "Hymn to Apollo", calls it PROOIMION, which ordinarily means a `prelude' chanted by a rhapsode before recitation of a lay from Homer, and such hymns as Nos.