Examples of accustom in a Sentence
the task of accustoming new recruits to shipboard life
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In the championship finale, the entire Cubs team played stellar defense against a high-powered Astros team that was accustomed to putting up big offensive numbers.
But the Thai frogmen were accustomed to tropical open water, not the gloomy, cold currents racing through the cave.
Because they are accustomed now to winning these victories on social policies and other issues by judicial fiat.
The parents were accustomed to communication difficulties with their daughter.
The bathroom was designed as a mirror image of the one Grace Gibbs was accustomed to in their Annandale house.
The offseason organized team activities and subsequent minicamp have given the quartet their first chances to accustom themselves with one another and begin to build a cohesive connection.
Marra was accustomed to background noise on his fiber optics.
The volcano is one of Central America's most active, and everyone was accustomed to rumbling and spewing smoke, so at first nothing seemed unusual Sunday, the 33-year-old farm worker said.
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Origin and Etymology of accustom
ACCUSTOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of accustom for English Language Learners
: to cause (someone) to become adjusted to or familiar with something
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