- Is it accustom or accustomed?
- What does Crumb mean?
- What’s a word for getting used to something?
- What’s the opposite of accustomed?
- What does the phrase accustomed to mean?
- What is the synonym for accustomed?
- What does run off my feet mean?
- Which preposition is used with accustomed?
- How do you use accustomed?
- What does habitual mean in English?
- What does the phrase set off mean?
- What is another word for comfortable?
- What does accustomed mean in a sentence?
- What does grow accustomed to mean?
Is it accustom or accustomed?
Accustom is a transitive verb and is usually followed by himself, ourselves, etc.
However, note that most writers prefer to use be/become/get/grow accustomed to something : “Some people take several years to grow accustomed to our way of life.” “She is not accustomed to driving on the right.”.
What does Crumb mean?
1a : a small fragment especially of something baked (such as bread) b : a porous aggregate of soil particles. 2 : bit a crumb of good news. 3 : the soft part of bread.
What’s a word for getting used to something?
When you acclimate yourself to a situation, you become used to it. It usually means getting accustomed to a particular new climate, but it can also mean getting used to other situations, such as a new school.
What’s the opposite of accustomed?
What are the antonyms for ACCUSTOMED? averse, Unapt, new, unseasoned, opposed, unwonted, unlikely, indisposed, disinclined, abnormal, unfamiliar, weaned, unaccustomed, inexperienced, unusual.
What does the phrase accustomed to mean?
to think/start to think that something is normal or natural because you have experienced it regularly over a period of time. the little luxuries to which she was accustomed. accustomed to doing something: He had become accustomed to living without electricity, and missed it very little.
What is the synonym for accustomed?
Some common synonyms of accustomed are customary, habitual, usual, and wonted.
What does run off my feet mean?
run or rush someone off his or her feet. Work someone to the point of exhaustion, hurry or pressure someone, as in With all the preparations, they’ve been running me off my feet, or The waiters were rushed off their feet.
Which preposition is used with accustomed?
In 97% of cases accustomed to is used I’ve grown accustomed to the trace. But Green became too accustomed to her nagging that it grew into a routine to him. As she grows accustomed to it, she will feel its benefits, either sooner or later.
How do you use accustomed?
Examples of accustomed in a Sentence She arrived early enough to get her accustomed seat in the front row. Josh felt uncomfortably full, as he was not accustomed to eating so much.
What does habitual mean in English?
1 : regularly or repeatedly doing or practicing something or acting in some manner : having the nature of a habit : customary habitual candor habitual behavior habitual drug use.
What does the phrase set off mean?
intransitive to start a journey, or to start going in a particular direction. We set off early the next morning.
What is another word for comfortable?
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What does accustomed mean in a sentence?
Use accustomed in a sentence. adjective. The definition of accustomed is that something has become normal or typical for you or something which is customary or usual. An example would be when a city dweller finds the loudness of city traffic to be normal at night.
What does grow accustomed to mean?
and *accustomed to doing something used to someone or something. ; used to or in the habit of doing something. (*Typically: be ~; become ~; grow ~.)