Definitions

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  • adjective obsolete See customary.

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  • adjective Obsolete form of customary.
  • noun Obsolete form of customary.

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Examples

  • P.M. having killed 2 mule deer and three goats. this mule buck was the largest deer of any kind I had ever seen. it was nearly as large as a doe Elk. I observed that there was but little division or distribution of the meat they had taken among themselves. some familes had a large stock and others none. this is not custumary among the nations of Indians with whom

    Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806

  • Further, the older monks sat in "carrells," as we learn from the custumary of Abbat Ware, who was in office 1258-83.

    The Care of Books

  • Augustine (S.), Benedictine House at Canterbury: extract from custumary on care of MSS.,

    The Care of Books

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