noun, plural cus·tom·ar·ies.
- customer relationship management,
- customer's man,
Origin of customary
Examples from the Web for uncustomary
To refuse it was as uncustomary and as rude as to refuse the Alaskan miner who offers a drink at a public bar.White Shadows in the South Seas|Frederick O'Brien
The matter is different when we do not properly estimate an uncustomary sense-impression.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross
So true is it that unnatural generally means only uncustomary, and that everything which is usual appears natural.The Subjection of Women|John Stuart Mill
Customs are made for customary circumstances, and customary characters: and his circumstances or his character may be uncustomary.On Liberty|John Stuart Mill
It shows how human nature can adapt itself to the most uncustomary things.War Letters of a Public-School Boy|Paul Jones.
- founded upon long continued practices and usage rather than law
- (of land, esp a feudal estate) held by custom
noun plural -aries
- a statement in writing of customary laws and practices
- a body of such laws and customs
1520s, from Medieval Latin custumarius, from Latin consuetudinarius, from consuetitudinem (see custom (n.)). Related: Customarily.