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Accustom


ACCUS'TOM, verb transitive

To make familiar by use; to form a habit by practice; to habituate or inure; as to accustom one's self to a spare diet.

ACCUS'TOM, verb intransitive

1. To be wont, or habituated to do anything. [Little Used.]

2. To cohabit. [Not used.]

ACCUS'TOM, noun Custom. [Not used.]