Regular

Definitions of "Regular"

Customary, usual, or normal. adjective

Orderly, even, or symmetrical. adjective

In conformity with a fixed procedure, principle, or discipline. adjective

Well-ordered; methodical. adjective

Occurring at fixed intervals; periodic. adjective

Having bowel movements or menstrual periods with normal frequency. adjective

Not varying; constant. adjective

Formally correct; proper. adjective

Having the required qualifications for an occupation. adjective

Complete; thorough. adjective

Good; nice. adjective

Having symmetrically arranged parts of similar size and shape. adjective

The word "Regular" in example sentences

We all stand on the shoulders of giants (I forget who said that) and we all also stand on the shoulders of regular people (like our parents and teachers, although I don't consider them as ‘regular'). Replication Policy Re-Posted « Climate Audit

He said it is heading to Singapore on what he described as a regular visit. China Patrol Ship Heads to Tense South China Sea

He said it is heading to Singapore on what he described as a regular visit. China Patrol Ship Heads to Tense South China Sea

He said it is heading to Singapore on what he described as a regular visit. China Patrol Ship Heads to Tense South China Sea

He said it is heading to Singapore on what he described as a regular visit. China Patrol Ship Heads to Tense South China Sea

They can try to pass the bills in what we call regular order, go to the floor, get 218 votes in the House and what amounts to 60 votes in the Senate, that's the number that you need to cut off a filibuster. Health Care To Dominate Congress In Fall

DELAY: Show leadership and go through what we call regular order. CNN Transcript Jun 21, 2007

But I have to say that the preliminary appeal, which we've launched, will have to be replaced by what we call the regular appeal, or revised appeal, in the coming days, where the needs will be more precisely evaluated. CNN Transcript Dec 27, 2004

There's a lot of other issues out there that ought to be dealt with, and we ought to go through what we call regular order to make that happen: holding hearings, what is the need. CNN Transcript Sep 26, 2001

The next six will be what they call regular, more or less acceptable. Mexico

Besides these, which he calls the regular practics, there are all the wild herbs to be gathered in. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 108, October, 1866

When a cow assumes the appearance of what we term a regular buller -- when she is running every day, or every second or third day, or when one or more retire from the herd and assume the habits of the male -- then, and not till then, does the case become utterly hopeless. Cattle and Cattle-breeders

I was never much given to theatrical entertainments, -- that is, at no time of my life was I ever what they call a regular play-goer; but on some occasion of a benefit-night, which was expected to be very productive, and indeed turned out so, Cleora expressing a desire to be present, I could do no less than offer, as I did very willingly, to squire her and her mother to the pit. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 84, October, 1864

"Look there, by Jove!" cried Charley, with a real interest at last; "now that's what I call a regular thing!" Stories by American Authors, Volume 5

She was a woman of what she called regular habits. Clara Hopgood

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