Examples of accustomed in a Sentence
She arrived early enough to get her accustomed seat in the front row.
Josh felt uncomfortably full, as he was not accustomed to eating so much.
Recent Examples of accustomed from the Web
And many private composting sites are accustomed to processing farm waste like rotting vegetables, which is somewhat different from handling the Chinese takeout and fettuccine Alfredo that city dwellers toss.
The Amazon takes a moment to register his deception; the princess of Themyscira, having come to the world of men from the idyllic Paradise Island, is not accustomed to such manipulation.
But Plaza restaurants have grown accustomed to frequent changeover in the space, originally built for a steakhouse.
The vintage arcade games in the restaurant's side dining room, including Pac-Man, remain to delight kids and teens more accustomed to playing on their smartphones.
Many travelers have become accustomed to finding the best prices on the airlines' websites.
The Rams are becoming accustomed to changing timelines.
Many travelers have become accustomed to finding the best prices on the airlines’ websites.
And Yemen isn’t accustomed to heavy rain, let alone cyclones.
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Synonym Discussion of accustomed
ACCUSTOMED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of accustomed for English Language Learners
: familiar with something so that it seems normal or usual
: usual or regular
ACCUSTOMED Defined for Kids
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