adjective ac·cus·tomed \ə-ˈkəs-təmd\

: familiar with something so that it seems normal or usual

: usual or regular

Full Definition of ACCUSTOMED

:  often used or practiced :  customary <her accustomed cheerfulness>
:  adapted to existing conditions <eyes accustomed to the dark>
:  being in the habit or custom <accustomed to winning>
ac·cus·tomed·ness \-təm(d)-nəs\ noun

Examples of ACCUSTOMED

  1. She arrived early enough to get her accustomed seat in the front row.
  2. <Josh felt uncomfortably full, as he was not accustomed to eating so much.>

First Known Use of ACCUSTOMED

15th century


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