Occurring, appearing, or done once a week or every week.(adjective)
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Use "weekly" in a sentence
"Just as emotionlessly as he had received "The Shame of the Sun" did he read the reviews of it that came in weekly from the clipping bureau."
"My point was that getting beat by a weekly is a particular shame, since as a daily you have seven chances a week to do a story before they even publish again."
"Aunt Maud had gone to the Manor to Mrs. Vine, to visit her as she had taken to bed with arthritis, and Ellen and the daily woman were upstairs having what they called their weekly turnout."