statedly (not comparable)
- (archaic) At stated times; regularly.
- 1745, P. Doddridge, The Life of Col. James Gardiner:
- As his family increased, he had a minister statedly resident in his house, who discharged both the office of a tutor to his children, and of a chaplain, and who was always treated with a becoming kindness and respect.
- 1836, American Anti-Slavery Society, The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus:
- They were statedly instructed in morality and religion.
- 1889, Minerva Brace Norton, In and Around Berlin:
- Opposite the windows was a large range, on which the dinner for the family and for various ladies who statedly dine in the institution was cooking.
- 1900, Legh Richmond, The Annals of the Poor:
- She expressed a trust that the Lord would overrule both the death of her sister and the personal acquaintance with me that resulted from it, to a present and future good, as it respected herself, and also her parents, with whom she statedly lived, and to whom she expected to return in a few days.