OTHER WORDS FOR accustomed
OTHER WORDS FROM accustomedac·cus·tomed·ly, adverbac·cus·tomed·ness, nounhalf-ac·cus·tomed, adjectivewell-ac·cus·tomed, adjective
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How to use accustomed in a sentence
Just as I’ve grown accustomed to bringing a mask with me into the backcountry, I’ve worked hard to find the most efficient ways to carry it.
However, at 63B you are not far from your accustomed vantage point.
None of this would come as a surprise to Portland, which quickly grew accustomed to Anthony’s colorful language — especially when he’s going for boards and wants teammates to clear out so he can grab them.Carmelo Anthony’s On-Court Cussing Has TV Networks Playing Defense|Chris Herring (email@example.com)|August 18, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Five states already voted on Tuesday, but this election week isn’t over yet — an idea we should all get accustomed to as November nears.
However, Hulu will first need to further develop its self-serve tool to ensure it is powerful enough for advertisers accustomed to Facebook’s and Google’s tools.How Hulu’s self-serve ad tool could open streaming’s floodgates|Tim Peterson|July 20, 2020|Digiday
Or perhaps we instinctively classify Cubans as a people accustomed to being told what it is they need and want.Castro's Hipster Apologists Want to Keep Cuba ‘Authentically’ Poor|Michael Moynihan|December 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And if the bird is smaller than we are accustomed to, so what?
Maintaining the high caliber of guest to which his viewers have become accustomed, Galifianakis welcomes Brad Pitt to the ferns.
I liked the idea of being surrounded by people, and especially by people accustomed to air raids.
Once he got accustomed to his morphine dosages, his feelings of guilt kept him from falling asleep.
As his eye became accustomed to the gloom, David Arden saw traces of gilding on the walls.
Here is a chair, Monsieur Arden; but you can hardly see it until your eyes have grown a little accustomed to our crpuscula.
She was growing accustomed to like shocks, but she could not keep the mounting color back from her cheeks.
It was true that his sight had grown accustomed to the obscurity, for he could now see the baron's features much more distinctly.
She was not accustomed to an outward and spoken expression of affection, either in herself or in others.