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What is another word for accustomed?

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Adjective
Accustomed to, or in the habit of, something
“He was accustomed to having his way. There were a hundred soldiers under his command, each one obliged to do whatever he wanted.”
Adjective
Hardened or desensitized, typically to hardship, work, or something generally undesirable
“Others are past their best, and, although accustomed to hard work, do not do well.”
Adjective
Usual or customary
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“They were pushed out of their accustomed habitat and almost all began farming themselves.”
Adjective
Long-established and unlikely to change
Adjective
Physically and mentally dependent on something (or someone)
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Stubbornly, and usually unreasonably, holding to an opinion, decision or purpose
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Knowledgeable, experienced or confident in a given subject or environment
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Done or based on an innate facility rather than with forethought
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Having resolved differences or adapted to a situation
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Having gained knowledge or skill in a particular field over time
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Verb
To be familiar or adjusted to, having previously experienced or encountered
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Past tense for to cause to be acclimatized or used to something
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“I doubt not that a few weeks' residence will accustom me to the manners of the natives.”
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Past tense for to cause to be acquainted with something
“Sometimes, to accustom her to the idea of education, Nyanka would bring her to sit in the schoolroom during one of Yelena's lessons.”
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Past tense for to train so as to cause to be accustomed to, or ready for, something
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“Having tried, in vain, every gentle means to tame him and to accustom him to the life of domestic animals, I was often forced to correct him with the whip.”
Verb
Past tense for to make someone (or a group) familiar with or knowledgeable about something
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Past tense for to join or take part in (a social group)
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