|gewöhnlich englanniksi||ordinary de, regular de, habitual de, habitually de, vulgar de, usually de, generally de, innocuous de, commonly de|
: ux|en|On an ordinary day I wake up at nine oclock, work for six hours, and then go to the gym.
*: Method is not le?s requi?ite in ordinary conver?ation than in writing, provided a man would talk to make him?elf under?tood.
: ux|en|I live a very ordinary life most of the time, but every year I spend a week in Antarctica.
: ux|en|He looked so ordinary, I never thought hed be capable of murder.
*: An ordinary lad would have acquired little or no useful knowledge in such a way: but much that was dull to ordinary lads was interesting to Samuel.
*: It is never possible to settle down to the ordinary routine of life at sea until the screw begins to revolve. There is an hour or two, after the passengers have embarked, which is disquieting and fussy.
*: It was, in some ways a sad, almost pathetic sight to see this great American boat which had fought so hard throughout the cup summer, now looking very ordinary indeed.
*: For myself, I loved adventure and travelling. I?d already done quite a bit of travelling in Europe and — couldn?t get enough of it and whilst my marriage, at that stage, was very happy, he was very entrenched as a Londoner, Cockney, absolutely Cockney Londoner, and I could see that our future was pretty ordinary and so my hidden agenda I suppose was to drag him out to Australia and hope that both our lifestyles would improve and there would be new opportunities.
*: Everyone started making suggestions as to what to do but they were all pretty ordinary ideas such as lighting a fire and hope someone would see the smoke and come to rescue us and so on.
*: Since the general public gained access to the Internet in 1993-4, firstly by narrowband dial-up access and since 1998 by very ordinary, so-called broadband speeds (generally less than 1 Mbps), a social and cultural revolution has been underway.
*: We are most part too inquisitive and apt to hearken after news, which Cæsar, in his Commentaries, observes of the old Gauls, they would be inquiring of every carrier and passenger what they had heard or seen, what news abroad?...as at an ordinary with us, bakehouse, or barbers shop.
*: Thus furnished, they come up to town, reckon all their errors for accomplishments, borrow the newest set of phrases ; and if they take a pen into their hands, all the odd words they have picked up in a coffeehouse, or a gaming ordinary, are produced as flowers of style.
*: He enjoyed a perpetual port duty of fourteen pence a ton, on vessels not owned in the province, yielding not far from five thousand dollars a year; and he exacted a tribute for licenses to hawkers and peddlers and to ordinaries.
*: it hath been usual with the honest and well-meaning host to provide a bill of fare which all persons may peruse at their first entrance into the house; and having thence acquainted themselves with the entertainment which they may expect, may either stay and regale with what is provided for them, or may depart to some other ordinary better accommodated to their taste.
*: I ?ee no more in you than in the ordinary / Of natures ?alework.
*: Spain had no other wars save those which were grown into an ordinary; now they have coupled therewith the extraordinary of the Valtoline and Palatinate.
*: water buckets, wagons, cart wheels, plough socks, and other ordinaries
*: A quarter of a million strong in 1680, the clergy was only half as large in 1789. The unpopular regular clergy were the worst affected.
*: April may be the cruellest month, but I am planning to render it civilised and to take my antibiotics in a regular manner.
: ux|en|He made regular visits to go see his mother.
: ux|en|The verb "to walk" is regular.
: ux|en|Maintaining a high-fibre diet keeps you regular.
: ux|en|a regular genius; a regular John Bull
: regular clergy, in distinction from the secular clergy
: a regular flower; a regular sea urchin
: Bartenders usually know their regulars by name.
: This gentleman was one of the architects regulars.
*: You separate the marbles by color until you have four groups, but then you notice that some of the marbles are regulars, some are shooters, and some are peewees.
: Hes a habitual [[chain-smoke|chainsmoker]].
: Her habitual lying was the reason for my mistrust.
: Professor Franklein took his habitual seat at the conference table.
: He is habitually inattentive of time.
: Professor Franklein is habitually pessimistic.
*: It might be more useful to the English reader ... to write in our vulgar language.
*: The mechanical process of multiplying books had brought the New Testament in the vulgar tongue within the reach of every class.
*: Further, the same sacred name in other monuments precedes the vulgar name of King Takellothis, the sixth of the XXII. Dyn., as we have seen.
: ux|en|Except for one or two days a year, he usually walks to work.
*: He and Gerald usually challenged the rollers in a sponson canoe when Gerald was there for the weekend?; or, when Lansing came down, the two took long swims seaward or cruised about in Geralds dory, clad in their swimming-suits; and Selwyns youth became renewed in a manner almost ridiculous,nb....
: The preference of a boy to a girl is a usual occurrence in some parts of China.
: It is becoming more usual these days to rear children as bilingual.
: ux|en|It is generally known that the Earth is round.
: ux|en|I generally have a walk in the afternoon.
*: During the whole time of his abode in the university he generally spent thirteen hours of the day in study; by which assiduity besides an exact dispatch of the whole course of philosophy, he read over in a manner all classic authors that are extant...
: ux|en|Generally speaking …
*: I counsel that all Israel be generally gathered unto thee.
*: The shells fell for the most part innocuous; an eyewitness saw children at play beside the flaming houses; not a soul was injured.
*: Other things, too, there were, not less deadly though seemingly innocuous—dried fungi, traps intended for birds, beasts, fishes, reptiles, and insects.
*: Ruth Devlin announced that the song must wait, though it appeared to be innocuous and child-like in its sentiments.
*: He sat down, and lighted a cigarette, casting about the while for an innocuous topic of conversation.
: ux|en|The two competitors have the common aim of winning the championship. Winning the championship is an aim common to the two competitors.
: ux|en|It is common to find sharks off this coast.
: ux|en|Sharks are common in these waters.
*: the honest, heart-felt enjoyment of common life
*: This fact was infamous / And ill beseeming any common man, / Much more a knight, a captain and a leader.
*: above the vulgar flight of common souls
*: She was frankly disappointed. For some reason she had thought to discover a burglar of one or another accepted type—either a dashing cracksman in full-blown evening dress, lithe, polished, pantherish, or a common yegg, a red-eyed, unshaven burly brute in the rags and tatters of a tramp.
*: What God hath cleansed, that call not thou common.
*: a dame who herself was common
*: the weal o the common
*: Then entred Satan into Judas, whose syr name was iscariot (which was of the nombre off the twelve) and he went his waye, and commened with the hye prestes and officers, how he wolde betraye hym vnto them.
*: So long as Guyon with her commoned, / Vnto the ground she cast her modest eye [...].
*: Embassadors were sent upon both parts, and divers means of entreaty were commoned of.
: rfquotek|Sir Thomas More