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Spell check of customary

Correct spelling: customary

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.

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.