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Accustom

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ACCUS'TOM,

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,

1. To be wont, or habituated to do anything. Little used.
2. To cohabit. Not used.

ACCUS'TOM, n. Custom. Not used.

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Entry for 'Accustom'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/a/accustom.html.

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