Definitions and Examples of normally, conventionally, typically
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
In a usual, typical, or expected manner.
She normally wakes up at 6 am every day.
In a way that conforms to accepted standards or customs.
He dressed conventionally for the job interview, wearing a suit and tie.
In a way that is usual or characteristic of a particular person, thing, or group.
Typically, she spends her weekends hiking in the mountains.
Key Differences: normally vs conventionally vs typically
- 1Normally refers to what is usual or expected.
- 2Conventionally refers to what is accepted or conforming to established standards.
- 3Typically refers to what is characteristic or common for a particular person, thing, or group.
Effective Usage of normally, conventionally, typically
- 1Formal Writing: Use normally, conventionally, and typically in academic or professional writing to convey a sense of conformity and adherence to established norms.
- 2Everyday Conversation: Use these antonyms in everyday conversations to express the opposite of eccentricity.
- 3Describing Behavior: Use these antonyms to describe someone's behavior or actions in a way that conveys a sense of regularity or conformity.
The antonyms of eccentrically convey a sense of conformity, regularity, and adherence to established norms or standards. Use normally, conventionally, and typically in formal writing, everyday conversation, or when describing someone's behavior to express the opposite of eccentricity.