- v. present participle of accustom.
“In all tenet systems, the nine grades of what a shravaka accustoming pathway mind gets rid of are nine grades of emotional obscurations.”
“First, a shravaka accustoming pathway mind gets rids of the nine grades of them that are associated with a mind in the plane of sensory desires.”
“In all tenet systems, a pratyekabuddha accustoming pathway mind gets rid of the same nine grades of obscurations, and through the same stages and progression, as does a shravaka accustoming pathway mind.”
“That mattered a lot in accustoming people to think about it.”
“She blinks for a short while, her eyes accustoming.”
“Through accustoming your mind to this sense of universal altruism, you develop”
“Through accustoming your mind to this sense of universal altruism, you develop a feeling of responsibility for others: the wish to help them actively overcome their problems.”
“Since Vietnam, the U.S. military has learned a few things about accustoming the American people to wars of attrition with no clear-cut resolution.”
“They concurred that music provided an ideal philosophy for leisure: 238 Aristotle perceived music to contribute to "civilised pursuits" and "practical wisdom," providing "a stimulus to virtue ... by accustoming men to be able to enjoy themselves in the right way.”
“And the nervous system which had adapted to other latitudes, is accustoming itself to the usual again.”
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