Regular synonyms

rĕg'yə-lər
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In accordance with an observable pattern
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In keeping with custom, or usage; usual; habitual
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Being in compliance with the law; lawful:
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In an organized manner; proceeding with regard to method; systematic.
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(Idiomatic) In accordance with the procedural rules governing formal meetings of a deliberative body.
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(Of temperature) Free from extremes of heat or cold.
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The definition of usual is something common or regularly used.
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In accord with established procedure:
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Specially adapted or suitable to a specific purpose or specific conditions; appropriate
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Of a religion, church etc.: formally recognized by a state as being official within that area.
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(--- Med.) Affecting corresponding parts of the body simultaneously in the same way
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Strictly distinguished from others; very:
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Characterized by accurate measurements or inferences with small margins of error; not approximate:
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Characterized by the use of method or orderly planning; methodical
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(of an event) Happening at the appointed time
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Constant, regular, uniform, or continuous; not changing, wavering, or faltering
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Always the same, as in character or degree; unvarying:
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Having an even number of members.
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In accordance with an observable pattern
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Of a person, characterised by efficient organisation.
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Conform to a pattern, a model to be followed.
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Regularly recurring:
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Being in agreement or harmony; consonant.
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In agreement or harmony; in accord; compatible
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Not variable; unalterable; uniform; always having the same value.
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Characterized by technical or polysyllabic vocabulary, complex sentence structure, and explicit transitions; not colloquial or informal:
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The definition of rhythmic is having a consistent beat or meter.
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(Mathematics, stochastic processes, of a state) for which any return to it must occur in multiples of time steps, for some .
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That has been determined by measurement.
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Formally assigned by a government to one of several levels of sensitivity, usually (in English) top secret, secret, confidential, and, in some countries, restricted; thereby making disclosure to unauthorized persons illegal.
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Not confused.
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Having parts combined in a proportionate, orderly, or pleasing arrangement; congruous
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Functioning or occurring in a natural way; lacking observable abnormalities or deficiencies.
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Having a particular character by nature:
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(Mathematics, of a group) being generated by only one element
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Tending to rise and fall in line with the fluctuations of the business cycle
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Following in uninterrupted order; consecutive:
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Occurring or present at every moment:
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Likely or most likely to be true.
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Occurring or appearing again or repeatedly.
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(Grammar) Designating an action or state that lasts for or is repeated over an extended duration, expressed in English by such means as the simple present tense ( She works downtown ) and the phrase used to ( A factory used to be located at that intersection ).
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Highest or superior in rank:
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Anticipated; thought to be about to arrive or occur
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The definition of frequent is something that happens often or keeps happening.
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Relating to such publication or production.
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The definition of automatic is something that moves or operates without conscious thought or external control.
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Automatic, as if from force of habit; machinelike; lacking spontaneity, expression, warmth, etc.
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In accordance with an observable pattern
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Of, pertaining to or caused by rotation.
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Being or succeeding by turns; one following the other in succession of time or place; by turns first one and then the other; hence, reciprocal.
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That happens every hour
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Calculated by the day
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Done, happening, payable, etc. once a month, or every month
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Happening once a week, or every week.
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(Botany, of a plant) Having a life cycle that is completed in only one growing season; e.g. beans, corn, marigold. Compare biennial, perennial.
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Of, characteristic of, or depending on the season or seasons
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Happening once every year.
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Consisting of a quarter
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Done, happening, appearing, etc. every half year or twice a year
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Having a daily cycle that is completed every 24 hours, usually referring to tasks, processes, tides, or sunrise to sunset.
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Daily; recurring every day
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Occurring every other day so that it happens on the first and third days: usually applied to fever or a disease causing it, esp. any of certain forms of malaria
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(Medicine) Recurring every four days; especially in designating a form of malaria with such symptoms.
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Weekly, occurring once a week.
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Of or relating to the menses.
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In accordance with an observable pattern
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Desired; wished for.
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In accordance with an observable pattern
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In accordance with an observable pattern
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Incorporated into a stable compound from its free state, as atmospheric nitrogen
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In accordance with an observable pattern
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In accordance with an observable pattern
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In accordance with an observable pattern
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(Geometry, of a polyhedron) Whose faces are not all regular polygons (are not equally inclined to each other).
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Occurring at irregular intervals or in isolated or scattered places; having no pattern or order:
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In accordance with an observable pattern
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In accordance with an observable pattern
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Unimaginative; conformist:
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The definition of legal is something connected to law or a government’s system of rules.
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occurring at fixed intervals
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Given authority
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Widely existing; general; prevalent
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With all parts included; with nothing missing; full.
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Not interrupted; steady:
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The definition of dependable is someone or something who is reliable and trustworthy or who can be counted on.
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Usual; common
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Marked by or showing a strong sense of duty or responsibility; conscientious
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Actually possessing the alleged or apparent attribute or character:
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Of or relating to a metronome.
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(Computing, said of an operating system's kernel) consisting of a single program using a single memory-addressing space
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Holding office or serving in a public capacity:
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The definition of orderly is something that is tidy or organized in a system, or that follows the rules.
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Being part of the natural order of things; normal, customary, routine.
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Conforming to the usual beliefs or established doctrines, as in religion or politics; approved or conventional [orthodox ideas]
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The definition of out-and-out is something total or complete.
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Of a usable or serviceable grade or quality.
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Fixed or set, as by agreement
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Enacted, regulated, or authorized by statute.
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Having the same period between movements, occurrences, etc.; having the same rate and phase, as vibrations
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occurring at fixed intervals
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Very exact, accurate, or painstaking, esp. with regard to details
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Having or showing the characteristics, qualities, etc. of a kind, class, or group so fully as to be a representative example
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Utter is defined as complete or total.
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A set of sequential operations established in a factory whereby materials are put through a refining process or components are assembled to make a finished article.
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(Countable) A particular regular occurrence
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(Countable) A law or administrative rule, issued by an organization, used to guide or prescribe the conduct of members of that organization.
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Any routine approval
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The definition of a rule is an official regulation, code of regulations or set practice.
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(Uncountable) The state or characteristic of being synchronous or synchronized.
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A group of interacting mechanical or electrical components:
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To act as a guide
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To adjust (a mechanism) for accurate and proper functioning.
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Deviating from the regular arrangement, general rule, or usual method; abnormal
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The definition of rare is something that exists in limited quantities, that is unusually good, or meat that is not cooked until it is well done.
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Not normal; not average; not typical; not usual; irregular, esp. to a considerable degree
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Wonderful; remarkable.
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The definition of unusual is something rare or out of the ordinary.
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Going far beyond the ordinary degree, measure, limit, etc.; very unusual; exceptional; remarkable
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Not having the same center, as two circles one inside the other
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(Geol.) Designating a boulder or rock formation transported some distance from its original source, as by a glacier
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Not acting in an orderly way, as the functions of the body or mind.
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The definition of inconsistent is something that is not uniform or not the same throughout.
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Experiencing an imbalance, out of balance.
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(Mathematics) Having no fixed quantitative value.
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Not frequent; not happening frequently.
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orderly, consistent, balanced
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Fluctuating; changeable:
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Familiar through use; usual; customary.
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Accustomed; usual:
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Often encountered or seen:
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Spread widely
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Containing elements in appropriate proportion.
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Having, or being in, proportion
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Relating to a logical or mathematical relation between two elements such that if the first element is related to the second element, the second element is related in like manner to the first. The relation a = b is symmetric, whereas the relation a > b is not.
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Free from foreign matter or pollution; unadulterated:
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Having all of its parts in harmony with a common purpose.
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(Computing, programming) Neither covariant nor contravariant.
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Unchanged; not different
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Lacking variety; having a uniform character
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Well executed.
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Arranged or proceeding in a set, systematized pattern
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A group of organisms ranking above a family and below a class.
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not constipated
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Being truly so called; real or genuine:
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One that is invariably present in and long associated with a place:
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Unable to defecate.
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In conformity with the principles of the law; permitted by law
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Corresponding or alike in sound, as words or syllables.
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