|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (a.) Agreeing with, or established by, custom; established by common usage; conventional; habitual.
2. (a.) Holding or held by custom; as, customary tenants; customary service or estate.
3. (n.) A book containing laws and usages, or customs; as, the Customary of the Normans.
Customary (8 Occurrences)
Mark 14:12 On the first day of unleavened bread, when they sacrificed the Passover, his disciples asked him, "Where do you want us to go and make ready that you may eat the Passover?" (See NIV)
Mark 15:6 Now at the Festival it was customary for Pilate to release to the Jews any one prisoner whom they might beg off from punishment; (WEY)
Luke 2:42 And when He was twelve years old they went up as was customary at the time of the Feast, and, (WEY)
Judges 14:10 His father went down to the woman: and Samson made there a feast; for so used the young men to do. (See NIV)
1 Samuel 20:25 The king sat on his seat, as at other times, even on the seat by the wall; and Jonathan stood up, and Abner sat by Saul's side: but David's place was empty. (See NIV)
Psalms 119:132 Look unto me, and favour me, As customary to those loving Thy name. (YLT)
Ezekiel 24:17 Sigh, but not aloud, make no mourning for the dead; bind your headdress on you, and put your shoes on your feet, and don't cover your lips, and don't eat men's bread. (See NIV)
Ezekiel 24:22 You shall do as I have done: you shall not cover your lips, nor eat the bread of men. (See NIV)