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  • EN [ ˌʌnəˈkʌstəmd]
  • US [ ˌʌnəˈkʌstəmd]

English definition


  • 1. not habituated to; unfamiliar with;

    • "unaccustomed to wearing suits"
  • 2. not customary or usual;

    • "an unaccustomed pleasure"
    • "many varieties of unaccustomed foods"
    • "a new budget of unaccustomed austerity"

Example sentences

  • The young herdsman briskly mounted a horse that was inclined to act up with an unaccustomed rider.

  • She is unaccustomed to public speaking.

  • He is unaccustomed to early rising.

  • But actual physical contact with things one is unaccustomed to is much more difficult to philosophically.

  • I am a bit unaccustomed to it.

  • Peter was unaccustomed to go to school on foot.

  • He is unaccustomed to playing indoors.

  • Unaccustomed to city life, Susan languished over her native hills and streams.

  • Unaccustomed to city life, they pined for their own farm.

  • In addition, most of our troops were northerners, who are unaccustomed to water.

  • Now he basked in an unaccustomed approbation.

  • Because old farmer is unaccustomed the toilet in the city, cannot offer assay to taste.

  • I am unaccustomed to public show.

  • His room seemed empty in an unaccustomed way.

  • I find myself unaccustomed to the present situation where no one prattles on besides me.

  • I am unaccustomed to public speaking.

  • He is always free, and so is unaccustomed to being restrained.

  • I am unaccustomed to cooking for myself.

  • AMERICANS are unaccustomed to recessions, particularly ones that involve shopping less.

  • Tata's project may pose risks for investors, but it promises unaccustomed safety for customers.

  • He was unaccustomed to hard work.

  • It is a part of Britain as yet largely unaccustomed to tourists.

  • "Let them find their own way out," said his father with unaccustomed sharpness.

  • He began to comfort me with such unaccustomed gentleness.

  • They were unaccustomed to such military setbacks.

  • Her feet hurt and her hands were rubbed raw from unaccustomed work.

  • The point is that people grew unaccustomed to thinking and acting in a responsible and independent way. Herein lies another big problem.

  • His nose had been reddened by unaccustomed exposure to the California sun.



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