Examples of accustom in a Sentence
the task of accustoming new recruits to shipboard life
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MODERN-DAY SLAVERY In the United States I was accustomed to seeing harvesters and tractors.
Businesses that were accustomed to having a wide selection of employees would start to complain of a labor shortage.
Staff at the liberal consumer-health lobby Families USA grew accustomed over the past four years to frequent meetings with HHS staff members to talk over eligibility and related issues for open enrollments.
Accustomed to awarding Knight’s grants, Haggman will now have to get used to asking political donors for campaign cash.
They were accustomed to training exercises off San Diego and spent time in port in Hawaii.
The American people of the 1970s were accustomed to Rollers that weren’t Rollers.
KELLY CLANCY’S TOUCH was gentle, much lighter than the firm intensity I was accustomed to from previous body work.
This might frighten away some of the transplants accustomed to the manicured chaininess of Scottsdale, but no true barbecue lover worries about such things.
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Origin and Etymology of accustom
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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