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Definition of 'ordinarily'

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And that ordinarily requires a formal complaint and a credible suspicion that something illegal - and not just unethical - has occurred. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These are things that ordinarily you take for granted. The Sun (2015)Let them take you deeper than you'd ordinarily go. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The appearance of his wife was as would ordinarily be expected of a person in hospital in the circumstances in which she found herself. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The Court noted that negligence is "the lack of due care or failure to do what a reasonable and ordinarily prudent person would do under the circumstances. Christianity Today (2000)

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British English: ordinarily ADVERB
If you say what is ordinarily the case, you are saying what is normally the case.
The streets would ordinarily have been full of people, but now they were empty.

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