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These adjectives apply to what is expected or familiar because it occurs frequently or recurs regularly. Usual describes what accords with normal, common, or ordinary practice or procedure: “The parson said the usual things about the sea—its blueness . . . its beauty” (George du Maurier). Habitual implies repetition and force of habit: a habitual liar. Customary and accustomed refer to conformity with prevailing customs or conventions: “It is the customary fate of new truths to begin as heresies and to end as superstitions” (Thomas H. Huxley). She resolved the difficulty with her accustomed resourcefulness.
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Commonly encountered:average, common, commonplace, general, normal, ordinary, typical. See surprise
Commonly practiced or used:accustomed, customary, habitual, regular, wonted. See usual
A regular or customary matter, condition, or course of events:commonplace, norm, ordinary, rule. See usual