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wonted

[ wawn-tid, wohn-, wuhn- ]
/ ˈwɔn tɪd, ˈwoʊn-, ˈwʌn- /
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adjective
accustomed; habituated; used.
customary, habitual, or usual: He took his wonted place in the library.
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Origin of wonted

1375–1425; wont (noun) + -ed3, or by extension (see -ed2) of wont (past participle; see wont (adj.))

OTHER WORDS FROM wonted

wont·ed·ly, adverbwont·ed·ness, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for wonted

wonted
/ (ˈwəʊntɪd) /

adjective
(postpositive) accustomed or habituated (to doing something)
(prenominal) customary; usualshe is in her wonted place
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