ordinarily

[awr-dn-air-uh-lee, awr-dn-er-uh-lee]
adverb
1.
most of the time; generally; usually: Ordinarily he wakes at seven.
2.
in an unexceptional manner or fashion; modestly: a wealthy child who was dressed ordinarily.
3.
to the usual extent; reasonably: to expect someone to be ordinarily honest.

Origin:
1525–35; ordinary + -ly

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ordinarily (ˈɔːdənrɪlɪ, ˈɔːdəˌnɛrɪlɪ)
 
adv
in ordinary, normal, or usual practice; usually; normally

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Example sentences
Instead, even the best earthbound telescopes ordinarily see a star as a fat
  smudge.
Ordinarily, the immune system of any mammal will work to fight off a fungal
  parasite.
That's not the way people ordinarily write for postings on academic fora.
For me as a reader, none of these conditions were met, ordinarily.
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