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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaccustomedac‧cus‧tomed /əˈkʌstəmd/ adjective  1 be accustomed to (doing) something2 [only before noun] formalUSED TO/ACCUSTOMED TO usual The pans were in their accustomed places.
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accustomedWe are accustomed, almost from birth, to hear of children being maltreated.Slowly Jack had become accustomed even to this.Jean-Claude got accustomed in these early days to stealing.Here there were none of the accustomed party cant or heroics about the Revolution.Mrs. Belton took her accustomed place at the head of the table.Perhaps, accustomed to Francis, she'd become unquestioning about others' ways of life.Neil was more accustomed to interrogating people than I was.We are accustomed to using audio to present examples of language in use.
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