same as usual

idiom

: as usually happens or as one usually does
He ate a sandwich and apple for lunch, same as usual.

Examples of same as usual in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web If your initial wager hits, the payout process will be the same as usual. Catena Media, oregonlive, 30 Oct. 2022 FedEx offices, on the other hand, will be fully operational with ground, delivery and express all same as usual. Scott Gleeson, USA TODAY, 8 Oct. 2022 After an evening of playing video games with his friends, just a few days after Anderson had spoken with him by phone, a call in which father and son had talked and laughed together, same as usual, Cason died by suicide. Gordon Monson, The Salt Lake Tribune, 23 Sep. 2022 The precipitation is the same as usual—or so insists every local limo driver, bartender, maître d', and ski instructor. Celia Ellenberg, Vogue, 18 Mar. 2022 The players most likely to be moved probably remain the same as usual. Nick Piecoro, The Arizona Republic, 22 July 2021 This is an unconventional season, and few things look the same as usual. Martha Sorren, refinery29.com, 8 Dec. 2020 Players wore masks and competed in front of mostly empty bleachers Thursday on the opening day of the Cook Inlet Conference volleyball tournament, but at least one thing was the same as usual. Anchorage Daily News, 6 Nov. 2020 Granted, those pumpkin farm excursions won't necessarily be the same as usual, as many of the usual activities and gatherings have been canceled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Amy Schwabe, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 11 Sep. 2020

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“Same as usual.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/same%20as%20usual. Accessed 24 Jul. 2024.

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