Thesaurus / wonted

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

It was not until he had posted the following letter that he recovered some of his wonted serenity.
POOR RELATIONSCOMPTON MACKENZIE
It was to me that she addressed all her wonted questions and remarks of the morning.
BASILWILKIE COLLINS
Josephine received him with her wonted grace, and expressed how much she felt on the occasion.
LIVES OF CELEBRATED WOMENSAMUEL GRISWOLD GOODRICH
"No; it rests me to have my darling in my arms," he answered, caressing her with his wonted tender fondness.
MILDRED AND ELSIEMARTHA FINLEY
This good lady having one day retired to her accustomed solitude, was missed from the house at her wonted hour of return.
So he climbed into the dog-cart, though not with his wonted agility, and drove away to Nuttonby without ever a backward glance.
The leaves fell early, before half their wonted gamut of colour was run through.
THE WATCHERS OF THE TRAILSCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Her wonted poise was gone; she was obviously stirred with deep emotion.
The social element was of course present and recognized; but it was unable to find expression in its wonted manner.
WOMEN OF AMERICAJOHN ROUSE LARUS
Into political as well as theological matters Burns also entered with all his wonted enthusiasm.
ROBERT BURNSGABRIEL SETOUN

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