accustom accustom  /ə ˈkə stəm/


  • (v) make psychologically or physically used (to something)


  1. Girl sittin in a swinglots of flowers an things aroun her indicating she is accustom to the better things life offersan under it it sayI smoke Poincianas.
  2. In America we have grown accustom to choice.
  3. Main effect will be to accustom more men to carrying life insuranceand more of it.


  • In Mali, glitches threaten legitimacy of election

    Oumou Sangare is used to getting what she wants. Unlike most of the people lined up outside the election office here, the wife of Mali's former ambassador to the United Nations is not accustom
    on July 22, 2013     Source: Forest City Summit


  1. "We've grown accustom to watching him play like that," Red Wings coach Mike Babcock said.
    on Feb 25, 2009 By: Mike Babcock Source: ESPN

  2. "I am the one that needs to accustom myself to the way the team plays and not the other way round," said Torres. "If this team is united and works as a unit, we can achieve great things."
    on Jun 5, 2008 By: Fernando Torres Source: Bangkok Post

  3. "The bench isn'ta problem for Ronnie. We have a lot of games this year ...... it can happen to any player," defender Gianluca Zambrotta said, adding that Henry "like all players who come to Spain needs some time to accustom himself to the...
    on Oct 29, 2007 By: Gianluca Zambrotta Source: International Herald Tribune

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