accustomably

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

accustomable +‎ -ly

Pronunciation[edit]

ac-cus*tom-a-bly ak-KUHS-tohm-a-blee

Adverb[edit]

accustomably (comparative more accustomably, superlative most accustomably)

  1. According to custom; ordinarily; customarily.
    • 1552, Hugh Latimer, Certain Sermons Made by the Right Reverend Father in God Master Doctor Latimer, before the Right Virtuous and Honourable Lady, Katherine, Duchess of Suffolk, in the Year of Our Lord 1552.[1]:
      The third principal matter wherewith in his prayers he was occupied was, to pray for the preservation of the queen's Majesty that now is; whom in his prayer accustomably he was wont to name