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Accustomed

Antonyms for accustomed:

unusual, unaccustomed, new.

Synonyms for accustomed:

Sense 1

legal.

Sense 2

natural, used, hardened, wont.

Sense 6

dull.

natural

instinctive.

purposeful

businesslike.

settled

reconciled.

Other synonyms and related words:

businesslike, wont, instinctive, inclined, devoted, legal, dull, reconciled, wont to, abandoned, natural, addicted, wonted, wedded, given, prone, disposed, used to, hardened, attached, used.

all (adjective)

habitual, customary, wonted.

be or become prepared, used to (adjective)

Familiar, Familiarized, addicted, Habituated.

habitual (adjective)

regular, well-worn, Familiar, conditioned, habitual, routine, custom, conventional, common, recurrent, timeworn, Acclimated.

insensitive (adjective)

dull.

normal, usual (adjective)

habitual, regular, traditional, common, everyday, ordinary, customary, conventional, chronic, general, orthodox, routine.

regular (adjective)

general, habitual, universal, constant, canonical, common, usual, standard, metronomic, periodic, customary, prevailing, stock, normal, ordinary, cyclical, steady, orthodox, traditional, average, frequent, chronic, Predominating, epochal, routine, everyday, conventional, regular, recurrent, Familiar, mundane, continual, monotonous, commonplace, rhythmic.

Sense 2 (noun)

used, wont.

accustomed (noun)

used to, wonted, usual, habitual, customary, wont to.

regularized (verb)

standardized, Familiarized, regularized, Habituated.

Usage examples for accustomed:

  • I don't know if you are aware of it, but this isn't the way I'm accustomed to be talked to. - "Simon", J. Storer Clouston.
  • They are not accustomed to it; they do not need it, Matilda. - "Trading", Susan Warner.
  • Afterwards we went to Meissen: it was a long journey for me, as I was not accustomed to travel so far and to obtain food on the road. - "Pictures of German Life in the XVth XVIth and XVIIth Centuries, Vol. I.", Gustav Freytag.

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