at regular times or intervals.
according to plan, custom, etc.
usually; ordinarily: The dress is regularly $45 but is now on sale for $30.

1520–30; regular + -ly Unabridged
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regular (ˈrɛɡjʊlə)
1.  normal, customary, or usual
2.  according to a uniform principle, arrangement, or order: trees planted at regular intervals
3.  occurring at fixed or prearranged intervals: to make a regular call on a customer
4.  following a set rule or normal practice; methodical or orderly
5.  symmetrical in appearance or form; even: regular features
6.  (prenominal) organized, elected, conducted, etc, in a proper or officially prescribed manner
7.  (prenominal) officially qualified or recognized: he's not a regular doctor
8.  (prenominal) (intensifier): a regular fool
9.  informal (US), (Canadian) likable, dependable, or nice (esp in the phrase a regular guy)
10.  denoting or relating to the personnel or units of the permanent military services: a regular soldier; the regular army
11.  (of flowers) having any of their parts, esp petals, alike in size, shape, arrangement, etc; symmetrical
12.  (of the formation, inflections, etc, of a word) following the usual pattern of formation in a language
13.  maths
 a.  (of a polygon) equilateral and equiangular
 b.  (of a polyhedron) having identical regular polygons as faces that make identical angles with each other
 c.  (of a prism) having regular polygons as bases
 d.  (of a pyramid) having a regular polygon as a base and the altitude passing through the centre of the base
 e.  another name for analytic
14.  botany another word for actinomorphic
15.  (postpositive) subject to the rule of an established religious order or community: canons regular
16.  (US) politics of, selected by, or loyal to the leadership or platform of a political party: a regular candidate; regular policies
17.  crystallog another word for cubic
18.  a professional long-term serviceman or -woman in a military unit
19.  informal a person who does something regularly, such as attending a theatre or patronizing a shop
20.  a member of a religious order or congregation, as contrasted with a secular
21.  (US) politics a party member loyal to the leadership, organization, platform, etc, of his or her party
[C14: from Old French reguler, from Latin rēgulāris of a bar of wood or metal, from rēgula ruler, model]

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Example sentences
Because of their demands, her hibernation won't be as deep as usual, and she'll
  wake regularly to check on them.
Keep watering them regularly if you want to grow them larger.
Though commercial growers fertilize regularly, many home growers find that
  their trees require only minimal feeding.
They went mushroom- and berry-picking regularly and had giant crawfish feasts
  whenever they could.
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