Examples of unaccustomed in a Sentence
They responded to our request with unaccustomed speed.
pampered youngsters who were unaccustomed to such hard work
Recent Examples of unaccustomed from the Web
Most Americans are unaccustomed to the glory of Basque cuisine.
Slovakia, unaccustomed to this type of violence, has been left reeling.
This week’s bomb cyclone storm, which hammered the East Coast from Maine to Florida, left many areas—including Southern states that are unaccustomed to winter conditions—blanketed in snow.
Its millennial fans are unaccustomed to burying their heroes.
And as unaccustomed as both the writer and reader are to that unique situation, hear me out.
Brady will be eager to test a Jaguars defense that substitutes a little less than others and is unaccustomed to playing this late into a season.
Despite the episodes of violence, Iraqis are almost giddy with the unaccustomed degree of normalcy that has been emerging in their lives since ISIS was forced out of its last major stronghold in Mosul, in early 2017.
The signing of Hosmer last month to an eight-year deal sent a jolt through baseball free agency, but also through a Padres clubhouse historically unaccustomed to such lavish player pursuits.
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UNACCUSTOMED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unaccustomed for English Language Learners
: not usual or common : not customary
: not familiar with something so that it does not seem normal or usual : not used to something
UNACCUSTOMED Defined for Kids
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