uncustomed

adjective un·customed \"+\

Definition of uncustomed

  1. 1 :  not having passed through the customs was charged with being in possession of uncustomed goods — Auckland (New Zealand) Weekly News

  2. 2 archaic :  unaccustomed

  3. 3 archaic :  unusual

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Origin and Etymology of uncustomed

in sense 1, from Middle English, from 1un- + custom, customs + -ed; in other senses, from 1un- + customed, past participle of custom


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