verb (used with or without object), ac·cli·mat·ed, ac·cli·mat·ing.
Examples from the Web for acclimation
This gradual adaptation to circumstances by an accommodating power is termed, in philosophical language, acclimation.A Treatise on Sheep:|Ambrose Blacklock
It was, I suppose, the acclimation to which we were being subjected.Tenting on the Plains|Elizabeth B. Custer
There is nothing to hope for, as regards malaria, in acclimation.
We decided it's just a part of acclimation to—we call this planet Lucifer.West Of The Sun|Edgar Pangborn
His breath came faster, and his great chest rose and fell; these were the only indications of acclimation.
Word Origin and History for acclimation (1 of 2)
1826, noun of action from acclimate.