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enable

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accredit, authorize, commission, coronate, crown, depute, empower, endow, energize, enroll.
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usual
Definition:
commonly encountered; " a common ( or familiar) complaint"; " the usual greeting"

What does the acronym usual stand for?

USUAL abbreviation definitions:
–  Utah State University Analytical Laboratories ( Logan, UT)
–  Utah State University Analytical Laboratories

Synonyms:

adjective
accepted
arrived at, received, Passed, card-carrying.
all
usual, common.
average
middle-of-the-road, mezzo, nowhere, everyday, mean, middling, SOSO, boilerplate, predominant, normal, commonplace, standard, midmost, stock, average, mediocre, customary, dominant, mid, run-of-the-mill, median, halfway, stereotype, medium, mainstream, moderate, ordinary, common, conventional.
common, typical
prevalent, fixed, commonplace, conventional, general, everyday, customary, unremarkable, constant, habitual, natural, mainstream, ordinary, cut-and-dried, plastic, chronic, workaday, normal, rife, stock, prevailing, matter-of-course, accustomed, run-of-the-mill, average, expected, white-bread, routine, vanilla, regular, typic, current, grind, frequent, accepted, wonted, Familiar, quotidian, so-so, garden variety, plain, standard.
dull
without incident, repetitive, prosy, unexciting, big yawn, repetitious, out-of-date, draggy, uninspiring, Impassible, out of date, oft-repeated, inert, longwinded, usual thing, ho hum, lumpy, yawner.
fashionable
in-thing, Tony, faddy, swank, well-liked, trig, in thing, in style, in, a go-go, newfangled, all the rage, latest, upscale, trendsetting.
formulaic
cut and dried.
frequent
a good many, common, many, profuse, habitual, often, repeated, frequent, prevalent, recurrent.
habitual
routine.
insensitive
dull.
inveterate
hard core, hardcore.
literal
to the letter, unerring, the letter, undeviating, unexaggerated, not figurative.
mediocre
standard, modest, suburban, banal, mean, common, average, mundane, routine, mediocre, normal, ordinary, so-so.
proper
on the button, on the right track, out and out, unmistaken, on target, free of error.
regular
Predominating, orthodox, accustomed, traditional, standard, everyday, normal, Familiar, average, ordinary, commonplace, general, regular, routine, prevailing, cyclical, rhythmic, epochal, recurrent, metronomic, canonical, conventional, common, stock, habitual, steady, constant, customary, universal, chronic, frequent, monotonous, continual, mundane, periodic.
stuporous
stuporous.
time-honored
taken for granted, long-established, Folker.
trig
trigger.
undistinguished
nothing to write home about, nothing special.
unexceptional
unimpressive, unexceptional.
unimaginative
dull as dishwater, well-worn.
universal
all over, multinational, multi-national, allover, pandemic, all-over.
noun
average
mid-points, mid-point.
matter of course
usual practice, logical outcome, usual course, nothing to wonder at, natural outcome.
mediocrity
commonness, banality, ordinariness, mediocrity, modesty, normalcy.
ordinary
typical, natural.
par
equal footing, equatability, Adequation, Coequality.
usual
customary, accustomed, Familiar, habitual, regular, wonted.
Examples of usage:
  1. As was usual with him when he lost his temper, he got up without a word and went out. – The Girl at Cobhurst by Frank Richard Stockton
  2. Carter was being more friendly than usual. – Abe Lincoln Gets His Chance by Frances Cavanah
  3. We were only a little less sweet on each other than usual. – Charlie to the Rescue by R.M. Ballantyne
  4. And then: But I am talking more than usual. – The Plunderer by Roy Norton
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