regular, habitue, fixture(noun)
a regular patron
"an habitue of the racetrack"; "a bum who is a Central Park fixture"
occasional, unnatural, parttime, part-time, abnormal, infrequent, unscheduled, unlawful, strong, unusual, asymmetric, irregular, randomised, casual, unconventional, nonstandard, asymmetrical, crooked, atypical, improper, randomized, unsteady, untypical
a soldier in the regular army
part-time, randomised, asymmetrical, casual, untypical, unusual, abnormal, unlawful, unnatural, crooked, unsteady, atypical, irregular, asymmetric, strong, infrequent, unscheduled, improper, parttime, nonstandard, randomized, occasional, unconventional
a dependable follower (especially in party politics)
"he is one of the party regulars"
occasional, unusual, unconventional, unscheduled, unsteady, untypical, unnatural, atypical, asymmetric, casual, strong, randomised, abnormal, asymmetrical, irregular, crooked, randomized, improper, nonstandard, unlawful, part-time, infrequent, parttime
a garment size for persons of average height and weight
atypical, asymmetrical, asymmetric, unnatural, randomised, casual, randomized, occasional, irregular, untypical, unusual, infrequent, unlawful, unsteady, nonstandard, improper, crooked, part-time, strong, abnormal, unscheduled, unconventional, parttime
in accordance with fixed order or procedure or principle
"his regular calls on his customers"; "regular meals"; "regular duties"
untypical, unscheduled, strong, asymmetric, abnormal, unlawful, unnatural, unusual, irregular, part-time, crooked, infrequent, improper, randomised, randomized, parttime, occasional, asymmetrical, unconventional, atypical, nonstandard, casual, unsteady
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
conforming to a standard or pattern
"following the regular procedure of the legislature"; "a regular electrical outlet"
atypical, unusual, unsteady, irregular, untypical, randomized, asymmetrical, randomised, unscheduled, occasional, infrequent, asymmetric, casual, crooked, strong, improper, unconventional, unlawful, unnatural, abnormal, parttime, part-time, nonstandard
regularly scheduled for fixed times
"at a regular meeting of the PTA"; "regular bus departures"
parttime, crooked, asymmetrical, irregular, strong, casual, abnormal, infrequent, atypical, unlawful, unsteady, randomised, occasional, unscheduled, unconventional, improper, nonstandard, unnatural, randomized, asymmetric, untypical, part-time, unusual
in accord with regular practice or procedure
"took his regular morning walk"; "her regular bedtime"
unsteady, occasional, unusual, nonstandard, improper, unconventional, asymmetrical, irregular, part-time, unlawful, randomised, infrequent, parttime, untypical, unnatural, strong, unscheduled, abnormal, atypical, asymmetric, casual, crooked, randomized
occurring at fixed intervals
"a regular beat"; "the even rhythm of his breathing"
unnatural, strong, asymmetric, parttime, improper, asymmetrical, irregular, casual, unsteady, unscheduled, randomised, unlawful, crooked, nonstandard, infrequent, untypical, unconventional, unusual, part-time, atypical, randomized, occasional, abnormal
relating to a person who does something regularly
"a regular customer"; "a steady drinker"
improper, unscheduled, unnatural, casual, atypical, untypical, parttime, asymmetrical, randomized, strong, crooked, occasional, infrequent, irregular, unconventional, unusual, randomised, abnormal, asymmetric, unsteady, part-time, nonstandard, unlawful
(used of the military) belonging to or engaged in by legitimate army forces
"the regular army"
irregular, infrequent, occasional, part-time, improper, unscheduled, randomized, unusual, unconventional, nonstandard, strong, crooked, randomised, asymmetric, unlawful, casual, unnatural, asymmetrical, atypical, parttime, abnormal, unsteady, untypical
(of solids) having clear dimensions that can be measured; volume can be determined with a suitable geometric formula
randomized, nonstandard, parttime, irregular, untypical, unnatural, unsteady, casual, atypical, crooked, unconventional, asymmetric, occasional, part-time, strong, abnormal, unusual, asymmetrical, improper, randomised, unlawful, infrequent, unscheduled
crooked, infrequent, asymmetric, unusual, strong, untypical, nonstandard, abnormal, occasional, unsteady, randomized, unscheduled, atypical, unconventional, asymmetrical, improper, irregular, randomised, casual, parttime, part-time, unnatural, unlawful
"even features"; "regular features"; "a regular polygon"
randomised, irregular, part-time, unconventional, unnatural, unscheduled, unlawful, asymmetrical, unsteady, atypical, infrequent, abnormal, randomized, improper, nonstandard, unusual, occasional, crooked, parttime, casual, strong, asymmetric, untypical
not deviating from what is normal
"her regular bedtime"
part-time, abnormal, irregular, unnatural, unusual, unlawful, atypical, improper, occasional, infrequent, casual, randomised, asymmetrical, unconventional, unsteady, unscheduled, untypical, parttime, nonstandard, randomized, asymmetric, strong, crooked
untypical, occasional, unnatural, infrequent, irregular, part-time, unusual, nonstandard, asymmetrical, unlawful, unconventional, unsteady, abnormal, parttime, randomised, randomized, strong, atypical, improper, asymmetric, unscheduled, casual, crooked
Having the expected characteristics or appearances; normal, ordinary, standard.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
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.
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List of paraphrases for "regular":
ordinary, periodic, normal, regularly, recurrent, scheduled, routine, periodically, systematic, steady, regulate, usual, ordinario, periodical, frequent, frequently, mainstream, standard, habitual, periodicals, regulars, fair, formal, regulating, constant, conventional, plain
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How to use regular in a sentence?
We must overcome the notion that we must be regular. It robs us of the chance to be extraordinary and leads us to the mediocre.
What really seemed to drive the bus, at least based on this analysis, is just showing up and doing it -- reading to your child on a regular basis, and, to me that takes a lot of pressure off parents to find the perfect book. Just keep reading in a loving and consistent way.
We have been in regular discussions with the league office and have decided to place Aaron on indefinite paid administrative leave in accordance with the league's Personal Conduct Policy while we continue to work our way through the investigative process with the league.
Accomplishing the impossible means only that the boss will add it to your regular duties.
He pulled my head towards his crotch and said,' While you're down there...' those kinds of humiliating events took place on a regular basis.
Translations for regular
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- pravidelný, normální, obyčejnýCzech
- fast, regelmæssig, almindelig, normalDanish
- regelmäßig, regulär, gewöhnlich, normal, Stammgast, StammgästinGerman
- συχνός, συχνό, συχνή, κοινή, κοινός, κανονικό, κανονική, συνηθισμένο, κανονικός, συνηθισμένη, κοινό, συνηθισμένοςGreek
- säännöllinen, kanta-asiakas, vakioasiakasFinnish
- régulier, habitué, habituées, habituée, habituésFrench
- cunbhalach, riaghailteachScottish Gaelic
- rendes, szabályosHungarian
- regolare, clienteItalian
- 規則, [[規則]][[動詞]]Japanese
- 정식의, 일반Korean
- legitimus, legitima, rectusLatin
- regelméissegLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- regelmatig, regelmatige, vaste, gewoon, gewone, vast, stamgastDutch
- ча́стый, регуля́рный, пра́вильный, постоя́нный, норма́льный, обы́чный, клие́нт, завсегда́тай, клие́нткаRussian
- regelbunden, stamgästSwedish
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