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regular

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1 appearing or occurring repeatedly from time to time

  • what with one or another of our pets having problems, weʼve been regular visitors at the animal hospital
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2 following a set method, arrangement, or pattern

  • he's followed a regular schedule for almost 20 years: up by 5, in bed by 10
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3 following or agreeing with established form, custom, or rules

  • thought about having a nontraditional wedding but in the end went with a regular ceremony instead
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regular, normal, typical, natural mean being of the sort or kind that is expected as usual, ordinary, or average. regular stresses conformity to a rule, standard, or pattern.
    • the club's regular monthly meeting
normal implies lack of deviation from what has been discovered or established as the most usual or expected.
    • normal behavior for a two-year-old
typical implies showing all important traits of a type, class, or group and may suggest lack of strong individuality.
    • a typical small town
natural applies to what conforms to a thing's essential nature, function, or mode of being.
    • the natural love of a mother for her child

regular

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2 someone who regularly spends time in a particular place

  • the coffeehouse regulars were put out by the interlopers occupying their usual table
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