accustomed

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The mass was an ornate one, though not more so than they were accustomed to at Beaulieu.

Malbone knew the whole company, and greeted them with his accustomed ease.

"But Harry and Philip are here all the time," said Kate, the accustomed soother.

His horse, accustomed to a more open country, was continually at fault.

The afternoon was not spent as George had been accustomed to spend it.

Not accustomed to be hurt, it resented hurt when it came the more sorely.

Garson's comment as she departed was uttered with his accustomed bluntness.

True, Shakespeare was not the kind of man Englishmen are accustomed to admire.

Go, Sir, go; it is easy to see that you are not accustomed to speak face to face with men.

Why, from my earliest years I had been accustomed to think of myself as plain, and had not cared.

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