View synonyms for acclimated


[ ak-luh-mey-tid ]


  1. having become accustomed to a climate or environment:

    This study will examine the gill morphology of both freshwater and seawater acclimated trout.


  1. the simple past tense and past participle of acclimate ( def ).
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  • un·ac·cli·mat·ed adjective
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Example Sentences

These days, players typically arrive in Australia two weeks before the tournament and acclimate themselves to the Aussie summer.

Tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Cameron Brate combined for 10 catches for 140 yards in the first meeting, but that was before Brown had really acclimated to the offense.

That not only helps people get acclimated at the job, it also could keep them there for a longer time.

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Graham has appeared in two games, totaling 14 minutes, and Friday’s matchup could give him a chance to record more playing time while acclimating to the college game in a lower-stakes setting.

We have become acclimated to seeing women in the room and with a seat at the table — even at the head of the table.

Fruitcake quickly acclimated to its American home, and even plays a supporting role in American literature.

Over the years, the dish has acclimated to American taste buds, and become sweeter.

Now she just wants the neo homeless to get back under a roof before they become acclimated to destitution.

Most people on the standard American diet have acclimated their bodies to a life of burning sugar.

The Independent says Tebbutt is to begin interviews with Scotland Yard “once she has acclimated.”

We hadnt had fried eggs at every turn in the West Indies for nothing, our stomachs were becoming acclimated.

They have become so acclimated that they can stand the cold, while the dwellers of the plain are compelled to flee before it.

Those cultivated so extensively in Europe were natives of Persia—showing that they may be acclimated far from their native home.

It's rather young to be acclimated to French novels, is it not?

With us the carrier pigeon is an exotic, and is now acclimated, or naturalized.