Synonyms for Regularly:

adv.

as a matter of usual practice (adverb)
frequently, routinely, faithfully, ordinarily, religiously, commonly, repeatedly, mechanically, usually, systematically, recurrently, customarily, habitually, conventionally.
continuously (adverb)
perpetually, steadily, Straightly, incessantly, lastingly, evenly, coherently, endlessly, always, habitually, uninterruptedly, continuously, indefatigably, invariably, consistently, persistently, repetitively, cyclically, sequentially, everlastingly, undyingly, flatly, homogeneously, continually, unceasingly, unremittingly, consecutively, perennially, recurrently, interminably, unvaryingly, constantly, ceaselessly, uniformly, unendingly, monotonously.
ever (adverb)
endlessly.
orderly (adverb)
methodically, systematically, orderly, symmetrically, harmoniously, efficiently.
regularly (adverb)
commonly, conventionally, generally, traditionally, Canonically, usually, universally, frequently, routinely, customarily, Familiarly, ordinarily, rhythmically, predominately, normally, Prevailingly, chronically, periodically.
symmetrically (adverb)
proportionally.
uniformly (adverb)
Consonantly, seamlessly, undeviatingly, assonantly.
with little or no deviation (adverb)
ceaselessly, constantly, evenly, normally, rhythmically, perpetually, periodically, daily, monotonously, continually, steadily, incessantly, methodically, cyclically, exactly, typically, always, invariably.

adv

all the time (adverb)
day in and day out, interminably.
continuously (adverb)
perpetually, steadily, Straightly, incessantly, lastingly, evenly, coherently, endlessly, always, habitually, uninterruptedly, continuously, indefatigably, invariably, consistently, persistently, repetitively, cyclically, sequentially, everlastingly, undyingly, flatly, homogeneously, continually, unceasingly, unremittingly, consecutively, perennially, recurrently, interminably, unvaryingly, constantly, ceaselessly, uniformly, unendingly, monotonously.
ever (adverb)
unendingly.
for the most part (adverb)
usually.
frequently (adverb)
often, recurrently.
gradually (adverb)
continuously, sequentially.
habitually (adverb)
customarily, Familiarly, habitually, routinely, conventionally, commonly.
orderly (adverb)
harmoniously, uniformly, steadily, symmetrically, efficiently, orderly, methodically, consistently, systematically.
over and over again (adverb)
repeatedly.
perpetually (adverb)
invariably.
recurrently (adverb)
periodically, cyclically, rhythmically, recurrently, frequently.
regularly (adverb)
generally, habitually, universally, steadily, usually, Prevailingly, conventionally, monotonously, constantly, continually, commonly, chronically, rhythmically, predominately, customarily, cyclically, traditionally, Familiarly, periodically, frequently, routinely, normally, ordinarily, Canonically, recurrently.
symmetrically (adverb)
symmetrically, uniformly, proportionally.
uniformly (adverb)
homogeneously, consistently, Consonantly, undeviatingly, seamlessly, unvaryingly, evenly, invariably, uniformly, constantly, assonantly.

n.

common, repeatedly, frequent, mechanically, all the time, faithfully, continual, a lot, perpetual. alternate, cyclical, per usual, often, naturally, (as) regular as clockwork, periodic, religiously, usual, as usual, big, regular, spaced. regularly (noun)
on a regular basis.

Other synonyms:

hourly, day after day, quarterly, religiously, frequent, perpetual, monthly, continual, typically. naturally, spaced, common. regular. alternate. again and again
repeatedly.
automatically
mechanically.
consistently
day in and day out.
usually
often.

Usage examples for regularly

  1. We have been to the play pretty regularly twice a week for the last three weeks, and shall continue to do so during the whole winter; which is a plan I much approve of. – Records of a Girlhood by Frances Ann Kemble
  2. Although it was stated that thirty- six per cent of the offenders attended church or Sunday School regularly and that sixty- four per cent had never attended or had ceased to attend, closer examination of the individual cases would be required before any deduction could be drawn from the figures given to the Committee. – Report of the Special Committee on Moral Delinquency in Children and Adolescents The Mazengarb Report (1954) by Oswald Chettle Mazengarb et al.
  3. Some twenty miles or so further south it was heard regularly but all this spring Griselda had never caught the sound of its familiar note, and she now remembered hearing it never came to these parts. – The Cuckoo Clock by Mrs. Molesworth