1. (often followed by `to') in the habit of or adapted to;
2. commonly used or practiced; usual;
Some customers are accustomed to bargain, then aside when the first rate quote.
By the baroness he was most graciously welcomed, while Eug é nie received him with her accustomed coldness.
The panda has long become accustomed to the huge crowds of visitors.
They are accustomed to this sort of work.
They're accustomed to using organic fertilizers.
Accustomed to climbing tress, I had no difficulty reaching the top.
He likes the stocks and he is accustomed to trading in and out of its shares.
It took her some time to get accustomed to being the only lady in the office.
She is accustomed to being heckled.
He has been accustomed to life in the mountains from his earliest boyhood.
I still haven't got accustomed to living away from home.
He is accustomed to loneliness.
No one wishes to deal with a person who is accustomed to breaking his word.
Being accustomed to working methodically, I tried at first to arrange the photographs in order of importance.
He is accustomed to hard work.
This is his accustomed hour to go to bed.
I was accustomed to being the only child at a table full of adults.
His eyes became accustomed to the dark after the brilliance of the sun outside.
My eyes were becoming accustomed to the gloom.
Possibly we are accustomed, biologically speaking, to this background radiation.
Bradley is still accustomed to travelling everywhere in style.
Shakespeare has accustomed us to a mixture of humor and tragedy in the same play.
Freed acted with his accustomed shrewdness.
Nora grew accustomed to depending on her husband.
The team has accustomed itself to the pace of first division rugby.
American consumers are accustomed to hunting out bargains.
She had not yet become accustomed to the fact that she was a rich woman.
He was not accustomed to political or philosophical discussions.
accustomed to （doing）sth
cliche set prevailing rooted well-worn normal stock regular trite everyday ordinary routine confirmed favourite hackneyed characteristic usual frequent natural familiar well-known popular daily habitual prevalent household common customary established general conventional traditional commonplace fixed
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