customs

[ kuhs-tuh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF customs

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUSTOMS

They thought their own habits and customs just a trifle better than those of anybody else.

It is curious to observe how customs and ceremonies degenerate.

Manners and customs change no less quickly than headgear and skirts.

The baron guessed at this circumstance from the customs of that age, and happened to be in the right.

There was in this man an Oriental nobility choked by Western fashion and customs.

I'm going to try to have them seized by the customs if I can.

Your plan is not according to the customs of polite society, Monsieur.

And I'm afraid I couldn't get on to the manners and customs over there.

When they returned to their own country they carried Roman ideas and customs with them.

Then goodbye, O, international laws, with your customs and rules.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CUSTOMS

excise

nountax on goods
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