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wont

adjective

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  1. being in the habit or custom <she paced about the room, as she is wont to do whenever she is agitated> Synonyms given, habituated, used, accustomedRelated Words apt, inclined, liable, likely, prone; hardened, inured; experienced, practiced (or practised), seasoned, veteran; addicted, hookedNear Antonyms unapt, unlikely; averse, disinclined, opposed; inexperienced, new, unseasoned; disaccustomed, weanedAntonyms unaccustomed, unused, unwonted




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