From wonted + -ly.
Adverb wontedly (comparative more wontedly, superlative most wontedly) Usually, customarily, or habitually. 2008, Zane Grey, The Mysterious Rider: What if she happened to meet him! Would he imagine her purpose in coming there? Her heart began to beat un-wontedly. 1973, Madeleine L'Engle, A wind in the door: "My dear child," Mr. Jenkins said, and his voice was un-wontedly compassionate. 1908, Henry James, The awkward age: It matched for that matter her other elements, which were wontedly conspicuous as usual as she sat there suggestive of early tea.
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