From wont + -ly.
Adverb wontly (comparative wontlier or more wontly, superlative wontliest or most wontly) Usually; customarily; habitually. 1807, Samuel Comyn, A treatise of the law relative to contracts and agreements not under Seal: But third persons, merely for the purpose of laying a wager, shall not thus wontly expose others to ridicule, and libel them under the form of an action. 1929, George Bryan (vicar of Huttoft.), The dying Christian, a poem: That words were vain which would reveal His workings of amaze and zeal; But, when again his breast the tone Assumed which wontly seemed its own, 1974, Kansas Bar Association, The Journal of the Kansas Bar Association: rights violations against the Governor, Adjutant General of the National Guard, guard officials and enlisted members, and the university president for "intentionally, recklessly, willfully and wontly" causing the students' death.
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