Accustomably

Ac`cus´tom`a`bly


adv.1.According to custom; ordinarily; customarily.
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Appowell admitted that he had refused Sporle communion because Sporle did not "pay hym suche dutyes as were accustomably deue to hym." This quarrel became another case in the Consistory Court against Appowell in which a deponent said that in his presence Appowell "did demaunde all manner of tithes of the said Sporrle." (11)
By craftsmen and mean men these pageants are played And to commons and countrymen accustomably before.
the child was like unto a [picture of a] Moor, accustomably tied at