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Spell check of regularly

Correct spelling: regularly

recurrently, continual, quarterly, religiously, frequently, closed, everlastingly, consonantly, hourly, prevailingly, chronically, constantly, consistently, undeviatingly, typically, perpetual, weekly, uninterruptedly, commonly, ceaselessly, persistently, unvaryingly, straightly, homogeneously, usual, incessantly, daily, cyclically, invariably, assonantly, familiarly, annually, as usual, customarily, exactly, a lot, cyclical, faithfully, harmoniously, unendingly, periodic, coherently, bent, systematically, repetitively, conventionally, irregularly, day after day, evenly, consecutively, naturally, common, on a regular basis, efficiently, asymmetrical, concentric, perpetually, big, seamlessly, habitually, symmetrically, frequent, aerodynamic, endlessly, unremittingly, rhythmically, orderly, ordinarily, angular, repeatedly, always, bulbous, undyingly, generally, lastingly, concave, chunky, unceasingly, sequentially, methodically, uniformly, traditionally, usually, flatly, all the time, unevenly, regular, continuously, indefatigably, universally, monotonously, day in and day out, mechanically, alternate, periodically, canonically, spaced, perennially, erratically, normally, interminably, continually, steadily, predominately, often, clean, routinely, monthly, proportionally.

irregularly, on an irregular basis.

Examples of usage:

1) We must go regularly to work here. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) But to proceed regularly. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) I'm not as pretty as your doctor friend who went regularly every evenin' to see that married woman back in Jericho! - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.