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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reaccustom.

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Examples

  • In my five days at home, I became reaccustomed to the routine I left behind on the last day in August.

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  • Klag had grown reaccustomed to having two limbs for everyday activities.

    A Good Day To Die

  • In the six months since Dunblane, the people of Britain had become reaccustomed to a world where unimaginable atrocity took place only beyond the removes of oceans or fictions.

    Country of the Blind

  • Once your eyes have reaccustomed themselves to the light, you scan the lounge.

    Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas

  • Had it been clear day they would not have surfaced immediately; eyes must become reaccustomed by stages to the dazzle.

    A Circus of Hells

  • They'd just been in low-G for a while and hadn't become reaccustomed to normal weight.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • Mere enunciation, for example, was a thing one could so soon become reaccustomed to; already momma had ceased to congratulate me on my broad a's, and I could not help the inference that my conversation was again unobtrusively

    A Voyage of Consolation (being in the nature of a sequel to the experiences of 'An American girl in London')

  • They'd just been in low-G for a while and hadn't become reaccustomed to normal weight.

    Little Fuzzy

  • And while he reaccustomed himself to the work Nigger Ben stood by, watching him jealously and at first with obvious suspicion.

    Daughter of the Sun A Tale of Adventure

  • Phillip Island enduro, he was able to get behind the wheel of his Kees Weel-built Holden Colorado to help get reaccustomed to driving on dust.

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