accustomedness love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Familiarity; wontedness; the quality of being accustomed (to).

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Habituation.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Habituation.

Etymologies

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accustomed + -ness

Examples

  • Will was in that voice, and accustomedness to command.

    CHAPTER XXIV

  • Amid the confusion of new experiences she gloats over her ability to choose and purchase half-a-dozen common articles with the composure and accustomedness of a veteran.

    The Joy of Advertising

  • Amid the confusion of new experiences she gloats over her ability to choose and purchase half-a-dozen common articles with the composure and accustomedness of a veteran.

    The Joy of Advertising

  • A certain spirited undulation in her walk, a seeming gay, frank indifference to her position in life, an obvious accustomedness to polite surroundings took his fancy.

    The Titan

  • But there was the most definite air of accustomedness about it.

    The Glass Slipper

  • Officers fresh from the trenches have told me that one can lose through sheer accustomedness all horror at the grim sights of warfare, all consciousness of ear-splitting noises, all interest in gas and shrapnel and bursting shells.

    The Firefly of France

  • Will was in that voice, and accustomedness to command.

    Chapter 24

  • Now that the novelty had become accustomedness, and the conquering a surety, Billy discovered that she had a back that could ache, and limbs that, at times, could almost refuse to move from weariness.

    Miss Billy -- Married

  • Yet afterwards, when accustomedness had brought its reward of speed, there was still for Billy no time; for increased knowledge had only opened the way to other paths, untrodden and alluring.

    Miss Billy -- Married

  • As she talked to him he realized that her simple accustomedness to English village life and all its accompaniments of county surroundings would teach him anything and everything he might want to know.

    T. Tembarom

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