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Synonyms for regular
ˈrɛg yə lərreg·u·lar

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  1. regularadjective



  2. regularadjective


    strong, irregular

  3. regularadjective


  4. regularadjective


  5. regularadjective


  6. regularadjective

    Having the expected characteristics or appearances; normal, ordinary, standard.



English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. regular

    Continuous describes that which is absolutely without pause or break; continual, that which often intermits, but as regularly begins again. A continuous beach is exposed to the continual beating of the waves. A similar distinction is made between incessant and ceaseless. The incessant discharge of firearms makes the ceaseless roar of battle. Constant is sometimes used in the sense of continual; but its chief uses are mental and moral.

    ceaseless, constant, continual, continuous, incessant, invariable, perpetual, unbroken, unceasing, uninterrupted, unremitting, unvarying

Princeton's WordNet

  1. regular, habitue, fixturenoun

    a regular patron

    "an habitue of the racetrack"; "a bum who is a Central Park fixture"

    repair, fixity, fastness, fixture, mending, fixing, mend, fixedness, secureness, reparation, habitue, fix

    occasional, unnatural, parttime, part-time, abnormal, infrequent, unscheduled, unlawful, strong, unusual, asymmetric, irregular, randomised, casual, unconventional, nonstandard, asymmetrical, crooked, atypical, improper, randomized, unsteady, untypical

  2. regularnoun

    a soldier in the regular army

    habitue, fixture

    part-time, randomised, asymmetrical, casual, untypical, unusual, abnormal, unlawful, unnatural, crooked, unsteady, atypical, irregular, asymmetric, strong, infrequent, unscheduled, improper, parttime, nonstandard, randomized, occasional, unconventional

  3. regularnoun

    a dependable follower (especially in party politics)

    "he is one of the party regulars"

    habitue, fixture

    occasional, unusual, unconventional, unscheduled, unsteady, untypical, unnatural, atypical, asymmetric, casual, strong, randomised, abnormal, asymmetrical, irregular, crooked, randomized, improper, nonstandard, unlawful, part-time, infrequent, parttime

  4. regularadjective

    a garment size for persons of average height and weight

    habitue, fixture

    atypical, asymmetrical, asymmetric, unnatural, randomised, casual, randomized, occasional, irregular, untypical, unusual, infrequent, unlawful, unsteady, nonstandard, improper, crooked, part-time, strong, abnormal, unscheduled, unconventional, parttime

  5. regularadjective

    in accordance with fixed order or procedure or principle

    "his regular calls on his customers"; "regular meals"; "regular duties"

    even, regular(a), unconstipated, veritable(a), steady

    untypical, unscheduled, strong, asymmetric, abnormal, unlawful, unnatural, unusual, irregular, part-time, crooked, infrequent, improper, randomised, randomized, parttime, occasional, asymmetrical, unconventional, atypical, nonstandard, casual, unsteady

  6. regular(a), veritable(a)adjective

    often used as intensifiers

    "a regular morass of details"; "a regular nincompoop"; "he's a veritable swine"

    randomised, casual, infrequent, part-time, asymmetrical, unlawful, untypical, irregular, unnatural, strong, occasional, unusual, atypical, unconventional, unsteady, asymmetric, improper, crooked, unscheduled, abnormal, nonstandard, parttime, randomized

  7. regularadjective

    conforming to a standard or pattern

    "following the regular procedure of the legislature"; "a regular electrical outlet"

    even, regular(a), unconstipated, veritable(a), steady

    atypical, unusual, unsteady, irregular, untypical, randomized, asymmetrical, randomised, unscheduled, occasional, infrequent, asymmetric, casual, crooked, strong, improper, unconventional, unlawful, unnatural, abnormal, parttime, part-time, nonstandard

  8. regularadjective

    regularly scheduled for fixed times

    "at a regular meeting of the PTA"; "regular bus departures"

    even, regular(a), unconstipated, veritable(a), steady

    parttime, crooked, asymmetrical, irregular, strong, casual, abnormal, infrequent, atypical, unlawful, unsteady, randomised, occasional, unscheduled, unconventional, improper, nonstandard, unnatural, randomized, asymmetric, untypical, part-time, unusual

  9. regularadjective

    in accord with regular practice or procedure

    "took his regular morning walk"; "her regular bedtime"

    even, regular(a), unconstipated, veritable(a), steady

    unsteady, occasional, unusual, nonstandard, improper, unconventional, asymmetrical, irregular, part-time, unlawful, randomised, infrequent, parttime, untypical, unnatural, strong, unscheduled, abnormal, atypical, asymmetric, casual, crooked, randomized

  10. even, regularadjective

    occurring at fixed intervals

    "a regular beat"; "the even rhythm of his breathing"

    level(p), unconstipated, steady, fifty-fifty, veritable(a), tied(p), regular(a), even

    unnatural, strong, asymmetric, parttime, improper, asymmetrical, irregular, casual, unsteady, unscheduled, randomised, unlawful, crooked, nonstandard, infrequent, untypical, unconventional, unusual, part-time, atypical, randomized, occasional, abnormal

  11. regular, steadyadjective

    relating to a person who does something regularly

    "a regular customer"; "a steady drinker"

    unbendable, regular(a), steadfast, stiff, unconstipated, steady, unshakable, veritable(a), unfaltering, unwavering, unfluctuating, firm, even

    improper, unscheduled, unnatural, casual, atypical, untypical, parttime, asymmetrical, randomized, strong, crooked, occasional, infrequent, irregular, unconventional, unusual, randomised, abnormal, asymmetric, unsteady, part-time, nonstandard, unlawful

  12. regularadjective

    (used of the military) belonging to or engaged in by legitimate army forces

    "the regular army"

    even, regular(a), unconstipated, veritable(a), steady

    irregular, infrequent, occasional, part-time, improper, unscheduled, randomized, unusual, unconventional, nonstandard, strong, crooked, randomised, asymmetric, unlawful, casual, unnatural, asymmetrical, atypical, parttime, abnormal, unsteady, untypical

  13. regularadjective

    (of solids) having clear dimensions that can be measured; volume can be determined with a suitable geometric formula

    even, regular(a), unconstipated, veritable(a), steady

    randomized, nonstandard, parttime, irregular, untypical, unnatural, unsteady, casual, atypical, crooked, unconventional, asymmetric, occasional, part-time, strong, abnormal, unusual, asymmetrical, improper, randomised, unlawful, infrequent, unscheduled

  14. unconstipated, regularadjective

    not constipated

    even, regular(a), unconstipated, veritable(a), steady

    crooked, infrequent, asymmetric, unusual, strong, untypical, nonstandard, abnormal, occasional, unsteady, randomized, unscheduled, atypical, unconventional, asymmetrical, improper, irregular, randomised, casual, parttime, part-time, unnatural, unlawful

  15. even, regularadjective

    symmetrically arranged

    "even features"; "regular features"; "a regular polygon"

    level(p), unconstipated, steady, fifty-fifty, veritable(a), tied(p), regular(a), even

    randomised, irregular, part-time, unconventional, unnatural, unscheduled, unlawful, asymmetrical, unsteady, atypical, infrequent, abnormal, randomized, improper, nonstandard, unusual, occasional, crooked, parttime, casual, strong, asymmetric, untypical

  16. regularadjective

    not deviating from what is normal

    "her regular bedtime"

    even, regular(a), unconstipated, veritable(a), steady

    part-time, abnormal, irregular, unnatural, unusual, unlawful, atypical, improper, occasional, infrequent, casual, randomised, asymmetrical, unconventional, unsteady, unscheduled, untypical, parttime, nonstandard, randomized, asymmetric, strong, crooked

  17. regularadjective

    officially full-time

    "regular students"

    even, regular(a), unconstipated, veritable(a), steady

    untypical, occasional, unnatural, infrequent, irregular, part-time, unusual, nonstandard, asymmetrical, unlawful, unconventional, unsteady, abnormal, parttime, randomised, randomized, strong, atypical, improper, asymmetric, unscheduled, casual, crooked

Editors Contribution

  1. metronomic


    Submitted by anonymous on December 16, 2019  

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. regularadjective

    orderly, methodical, systematic, uniform, normal, just, according to rule

  2. regularadjective

    periodic, periodical

  3. regularadjective

    steady, stated, settled, established, constant

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. regularadjective

    formal, normal, conventional, systematic, steady, uniform, methodical, constant, unmitigated, thorough, out-and-out

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How to use regular in a sentence?

  1. Alexis de Tocqueville:

    ... above this race of men stands an immense and tutelary power, which takes upon itself alone to secure their gratifications, and to watch over their fate. That power is absolute, minute, regular, provident, and mild. It would be like the authority of a parent, if, like that authority, its object was to prepare them for manhood; but it seeks, on the contrary, to keep them in perpetual childhood...

  2. Preet Bharara:

    He's a kind of a person who doesn't understand that rules have to operate in a particular way and regular order needs to be followed whether it is recusal or arms length distance between a United States attorney or investigator and the President of the United States.

  3. Adam Ereli:

    Summits in and of themselves can be showpieces or stimulants to action, i think it's going to take a lot of American persistence to set up regular consultations and a program of cooperation. There is definitely the need, but I'm not sure about the willingness.

  4. Amar Bakshi:

    We have people making a rap album in 15 countries, now being produced out of Milwaukee, and kids in Mexico City have regular classes with kids in Burma.

  5. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie:

    Remember what I said yesterday. I said that I am monitoring this on a regular basis and I will make the decision that is the appropriate decision I have to make when I have to make it, so we have another weather call in about two hours and I'll make a decision at that time as to what I'm going to do as we get a better handle on it.

Translations for regular

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  • عاديArabic
  • obyčejný, normální, pravidelnýCzech
  • normal, regelmæssig, fast, almindeligDanish
  • regelmäßig, Stammgästin, Stammgast, normal, gewöhnlich, regulärGerman
  • συχνό, συνηθισμένη, κοινό, συχνός, κανονικός, συνηθισμένο, κανονική, συνηθισμένος, κανονικό, κοινός, κοινή, συχνήGreek
  • regulaEsperanto
  • regularSpanish
  • kanta-asiakas, vakioasiakas, säännöllinenFinnish
  • habituées, habitués, régulier, habituée, habituéFrench
  • rialtaIrish
  • riaghailteach, cunbhalachScottish Gaelic
  • רגילHebrew
  • szabályos, rendesHungarian
  • aturIndonesian
  • regolare, clienteItalian
  • קָבוּעַHebrew
  • 規則, [[規則]][[動詞]]Japanese
  • ನಿಯಮಿತKannada
  • 일반, 정식의Korean
  • legitimus, legitima, rectusLatin
  • regelméissegLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
  • မှန်Burmese
  • gewoon, vaste, regelmatig, vast, stamgast, regelmatige, gewoneDutch
  • regularnyPolish
  • regularPortuguese
  • завсегда́тай, клие́нтка, ча́стый, пра́вильный, клие́нт, обы́чный, норма́льный, регуля́рный, постоя́нныйRussian
  • regelbunden, stamgästSwedish
  • düzenliTurkish
  • 定期Chinese

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