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Definitions of regular:

part of speech: noun

A soldier belonging to the permanent army.

part of speech: adverb

Regularly.

part of speech: noun

In the Ch. of Rome, a member of any religious order professing and following a certain rule of life; a soldier of the permanent army.

part of speech: noun

A soldier belonging to a standing army; one who belongs to a religious order.

part of speech: adjective

According to rule or established custom: governed by rule: uniform: orderly: periodical: level, unbroken: instituted according to established forms: ( geom.) having all the sides and angles equal: belonging to the permanent army: as opp. to " secular" in the R. Cath. Church, denoting monks, friars, etc., under a monastic rule.

part of speech: adjective

Done according to rule, order, or established practice; in accordance with the ordinary form or course of things; consistent; governed by rules; uniform in practice; pursued with uniformity or steadiness; straight; level; having the parts all symmetrical; in bot., applied to an organ, the parts of which are of similar form and size.

part of speech: adjective

According to rule, order, or established custom; as, a regular verb; a regular meeting; directed by rule; orderly; following a certain law, plan, type, etc.; as, regular features; pertaining to the standing army; as regular troops; belonging to a religious order; as, regular clergy.

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