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Normally vs. Usually

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  • Normally (adverb)

    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."

  • Normally (adverb)

    In the expected or customary manner.

    "Lisa ate normally, until she realised that she was late for choir, when she sped up."

  • Normally (adverb)

    To a usual or customary extent or degree.

    "He was abnormally agitated, she only normally so."

  • Normally (adverb)

    In the manner of a variable with a Gaussian distribution.

  • Usually (adverb)

    Most of the time; less than always, but more than occasionally.

    "Except for one or two days a year, he usually walks to work."

  • Usually (adverb)

    Under normal conditions.

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  • Normally (adverb)

    under normal conditions;

    "usually she was late"

  • Usually (adverb)

    under normal conditions;

    "usually she was late"

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