Synsets for "accustomed"

Synset: habituate.v.02

Synonyms: habituate

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: make psychologically or physically used (to something)

Examples: She became habituated to the background music

Lemmas: habituate accustom

Hypernym: change

Hyponym: addict inure teach

Antonyms:

    

Synset: accustomed.a.01

Synonyms: accustomed

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: (often followed by `to') in the habit of or adapted to

Examples: accustomed to doing her own work | I've grown accustomed to her face

Lemmas: accustomed

Hypernym:

Hyponym:

Antonyms: unaccustomed

    

Synset: accustomed.s.02

Synonyms: accustomed

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: commonly used or practiced; usual

Examples: his accustomed thoroughness | took his customary morning walk | his habitual comment | with her wonted candor

Lemmas: accustomed customary habitual wonted

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First Great Awakening Davies became accustomed to hearing such excitement from many blacks who were exposed to the revivals.
Dickens in America foreign to all the ideas we are accustomed to entertain of boats. I hardly know
Ploughing on Sunday Stevens described the poem as a "fanfaronnade" and was accustomed to listening to
Bartolomé Baca but Baca reported that the Comanches was "insolent as they have become accustomed to be."
Brambus Records In 1987 the life of Paul Rostetter still pursued its accustomed, and somewhat
CSS Curlew went on like clockwork. No traveler accustomed to the privileged usage
Qixi Tribute Although worshiping the Seven Sister is an accustomed activity, a slight difference is within different places.
Thespis (opera) "Thespis" was an advance on the types of burlesques to which Gaiety audiences were accustomed. François Cellier recalled much later:
Monument to Daniele Manin, Florence Manin himself was accustomed to exile, having lived nearly the last decade of his life in France.
Randy Galloway Listeners have become accustomed to Galloway's trademark wit and sarcasm as well as his deep Texas drawl.
Église Saint-Jacques-du-Haut-Pas The surrounding population increased and the faithful became accustomed to pray in the chapel of the Benedictines.
Secretary hand Aside from palaeographers themselves, genealogists, social historians and scholars of Early Modern literature have become accustomed to reading secretary hand.
Crow v Wood Edmund Davies LJ stated that the duty to fence arises from proof that the land is accustomed to be fenced.
Doomtown This ain’t all the words we use, but this’ll get you accustomed to the things you’ll be seein’ around here...
Mobile Literacy in South Africa - Access to literature and literacy projects via mobile phone serves the form of communication young people are accustomed to.