You may think that custom makes it easy to you, but it is not so.
If the antiquity of a custom makes it always good and laudable, certainly drunkenness can never deserve sufficient recommendation.
The consequences of the departure from custom makes an interesting and instructive story.
Custom makes many inconsistencies appear so logical that they no longer cause us either surprise or emotion.
This police-duty, which so insulted you last fall, was not pleasant work for a teacher; but custom makes slaves of us all.
It is curious that the influence of custom makes itself felt slowly but surely among the most debased of the villains.
Custom (experience) renders the one easy to us; the want of custom makes the other seem impossible.
Bread or tobacco may be neglected: but reason at first recommends their trial, and custom makes them pleasant.
Now the salary is hardly sufficient to meet the demands which custom makes in respect of charity, hospitality and style of living.