Do you use the word "customary" for when your describing something that is a custom
or is this mostly a American South word?
I know it's a real word but I'm wondering about usage.
If you don't use "customary" what do you say? "As is the custom"? "Typical"?
i'll say, "look buster, that's how we do things 'round these parts"
in a historical context, well, i never speak of the past, tomorrow is another day, as i prefer to say