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synonyms for acclimate

  • accustom
  • acclimatize
  • accommodate
  • conform
  • habituate
  • harden
  • season
  • toughen
  • acculture
  • climatize
  • get used to
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antonyms for acclimate

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How to use acclimate in a sentence

Gail hated the routine and its risks, but she slowly acclimated.
FOR YEARS, JAMARCUS CREWS TRIED TO GET A NEW KIDNEY, BUT CORPORATE HEALTHCARE STOOD IN THE WAYBY LIZZIE PRESSERDECEMBER 15, 2020PROPUBLICA
He remembers playing fast and frantically as a 16-year-old in the Israeli league, trying to speed up his development all while acclimating to a game that was played at a higher level than anything he had experienced before.
THE WIZARDS’ DENI AVDIJA IS AN OLD PRO AT BEING A ROOKIEAVA WALLACEDECEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
From camera trap to petri dish, the evidence suggests wild pandas have stumbled onto an environmental resource that acts as a sort of analgesic against the cold, perhaps helping them acclimate to winter, the researchers conclude.
GIANT PANDAS MAY ROLL IN HORSE POOP TO FEEL WARMJONATHAN LAMBERTDECEMBER 7, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Alternatively, the reptiles’ bodies could have changed in some way to acclimate to the colder temperatures.
HOW FRIGID LIZARDS FALLING FROM TREES REVEALED THE REPTILES’ GROWING COLD TOLERANCECHARLES CHOIOCTOBER 30, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Give yourself time to acclimate to a hot environment, and try workouts in the early morning or evening rather than when temperatures are at their peak.
EXPERTS WEIGH IN ON HOW TO (SAFELY) MAKE THE MOST OF OUTDOOR WORKOUTSJASMINE GRANTSEPTEMBER 25, 2020ESSENCE.COM
So now, they argued, it would in time acclimate itself to more rigorous temperatures.
GREENER THAN YOU THINKWARD MOORE
So fast will Nature acclimate her sons, Though late returning to her pristine ways.
MAY-DAYRALPH WALDO EMERSON
Persistent efforts have been made to acclimate both Heather and Gorse in America.
OLD-TIME GARDENSALICE MORSE EARLE
It may take a year or two to acclimate them to this more equable and more refreshing temperature.
OUR ITALYCHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
They had learned to appreciate their skill in the arts, and resolved to acclimate those arts at home.
OCEAN'S STORY; OR TRIUMPHS OF THIRTY CENTURIESEDWARD ROWLAND
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WORDS RELATED TO ACCLIMATE

  • acclimate
  • indurate
  • inure
  • season
  • toughen
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