mostly

[mohst-lee]
adverb
1.
for the most part; in the main: The work is mostly done.
2.
chiefly; principally.
3.
generally; customarily.

Origin:
1585–95; most + -ly

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mostly (ˈməʊstlɪ)
 
adv
1.  almost entirely; chiefly
2.  on many or most occasions; usually

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Example sentences
The empty-handed males were mostly unsuccessful at mating.
Space on reefs is a tight commodity, even on the mostly dark undersides of
  corals and on small crevice walls.
It's a panel of mostly dermatologists, not toxicologists.
The subjects mostly chose white when a medium hued face was coupled with a
  business suit.
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