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unaccustomed

adjective un·ac·cus·tomed \ˌən-ə-ˈkəs-təmd\

: not usual or common : not customary

: not familiar with something so that it does not seem normal or usual : not used to something

Full Definition of UNACCUSTOMED

1
:  not customary :  not usual or common
2
:  not habituated —usually used with to
un·ac·cus·tomed·ly \-təmd-lē\ adverb
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Examples of UNACCUSTOMED

  1. They responded to our request with unaccustomed speed.
  2. <pampered youngsters who were unaccustomed to such hard work>

First Known Use of UNACCUSTOMED

1526
UNACCUSTOMED Defined for Kids

unaccustomed

adjective un·ac·cus·tomed \ˌən-ə-ˈkə-stəmd\

Definition of UNACCUSTOMED for Kids

:  not used to something <He was unaccustomed to strenuous work.>

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