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Spell check of customary

Correct spelling: customary

Synonyms:
chronic, general, common, constant, formal, sanctioned, accustomed, mid, average, consist, mannerly, standard, submissive, prescriptive, periodic, steady, routine, prevalent, usual, halfway, popular, epochal, mundane, commonplace, complying, universal, traditional, established, congruous, everyday, regular, public, conforming, going, cyclical, habitual, adhering, wonted, moderate, stereotype, canonical, accepted, conventional, continual, medium, rhythmic, correct, middle-of-the-road, predominating, predominant, mediocre, classical, aping, proper, approved, prevailing, monotonous, frequent, familiar, ordinary, middling, mean, stock, normal, recurrent, midmost, mezzo, dominant, median, orthodox, run-of-the-mill, obedient.

Antonyms:
updated, unpopular, futuristic, extraordinary, progressive, rare, infrequent, contemporary, modernistic, nonconformist, new-age, nonstandard, state-of-the-art, uncustomary, nonorthodox, nontraditional, abnormal, revolutionary, current, unprecedented, space-age, ultramodern, unknown, present-day, original, newfangled, modernized, new, unorthodox, exceptional, latest, hot, modern, singular, unusual, uncommon, untraditional, red-hot, high-tech, up-to-date, unconventional, new-fashioned, mod.

Examples of usage:

1) It was not a bare living; it was the living which had become customary or was considered necessary by the labourer. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) What State socialists claim, however, is not the right to existence, but the right to decent and comfortable existence- the right to the style of living which is customary among the independent poor. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) For Captain Rannie was agitated beyond his customary disapproval of mankind. - "Command", William McFee.

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