normally, usually, unremarkably, commonly, ordinarily(adverb)
under normal conditions
"usually she was late"
Under normal conditions or circumstances; usually; most of the time
Normally, I eat breakfast at 6am, but today, I got up late and didn't eat until 9.
In the expected or customary manner.
Lisa ate normally, until she realised that she was late for choir, when she sped up.
To a usual or customary extent or degree.
He was abnormally agitated, she only normally so.
In the manner of a variable with a Gaussian distribution.
in a normal manner
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Rank popularity for the word 'normally' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #1385
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Rank popularity for the word 'normally' in Written Corpus Frequency: #739
Rank popularity for the word 'normally' in Adverbs Frequency: #119
The numerical value of normally in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of normally in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of normally in a Sentence
This work adds to the 'in vitro toolkit' that scientists can now use to study the most unknown stages of human pregnancy – between weeks 2 and 4, where women wouldn't normally know if they are pregnant.
Normally, probate courts give the widow discretion in spending funds for family members especially sons and daughters.
I was excited that fans were calling out my name so it became my motivation, we don't normally have such big crowds.
Some of these officers have reported threats to their safety and that of their family.Officers may also believe that they will be ostracized by their peers, retaliated against in various forms, like being given undesirable assignments, or that they could be terminated from their jobs for an infraction that would not normally result in termination, all of these concerns have a chilling effect on an officers willingness to report misconduct.
But when they're busy doing their job, they're distracted. The biases are still going to be operative and influence them unless you change the practices and the policies, the bottom line is we don't know how to change the biases in a meaningful, lasting way, because they're... the way we think normally and they're based on years of exposure. So in the absence of being able to change them, we need to change the way people make decisions and the way that they act.
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