Origin of accustom
OTHER WORDS FROM accustompre·ac·cus·tom, verb (used with object)re·ac·cus·tom, verb (used with object)un·ac·cus·tom, verb (used with object)
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How to use accustom in a sentence
This seems to be broadly rolling out now and may surprise some advertisers who have been accustomed to the older version of this screen.Title changes in Google Search causing distress; Wednesday’s daily brief|Barry Schwartz|August 25, 2021|Search Engine Land
Anderson, like most cosplayers, was accustomed to planning her outfits around events.All dressed up with nowhere to go: Cosplaying in the pandemic|Lauren Orsini|June 25, 2021|Washington Post
We’re a culture accustomed to the rah-rah inspiration of fitness personalities, ones like Sheila aspires to be.Rose Byrne on Unleashing Her Meanest Streak Yet in ‘Physical’: ‘It’s Deeply Uncomfortable’|Kevin Fallon|June 17, 2021|The Daily Beast
So start accustoming your dog to future changes in lifestyle.
The swift cascade of reactions to his death indicate how accustomed the United States — and the Twin Cities area in particular — have grown to responding to such incidents.Minn. police officer who shot Daunte Wright apparently meant to use Taser but accidentally fired gun, police chief says|Kim Bellware, Andrea Salcedo, Sheila Regan|April 12, 2021|Washington Post
Many tears were shed by Valeria; for a long time she could not accustom herself to her loss.Dream Tales and Prose Poems|Ivan Turgenev
He endeavored also to accustom himself to eat raw flesh, but this was a point of perfection to which he never could arrive.
He was trying to accustom himself to the idea of having a name.The Status Civilization|Robert Sheckley
Try as hard as I would, I could not accustom my muscles to these new conditions.Pharaoh's Broker|Ellsworth Douglass
You see that this, your last summer in Italy, is manufactured on purpose to accustom you to the English seasons.The Life and Letters of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Volume I (of 2)|Florence A. Thomas Marshall