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  • verb Present participle of reaccustom.

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Examples

  • After lingering for several moments like that, reaccustoming themselves to this togetherness, Jean-Luc pulled himself gently away, looked deep into her eyes, and said, You realize, I hope, that you had no real authority to ground and disassemble this vessel.

    Star Trek: TNG: Losing the Peace

  • After lingering for several moments like that, reaccustoming themselves to this togetherness, Jean-Luc pulled himself gently away, looked deep into her eyes, and said, You realize, I hope, that you had no real authority to ground and disassemble this vessel.

    Star Trek: TNG: Losing the Peace

  • It looks out of place now with brandon and kevin and robin and i introducing cars into new spots and slowly reaccustoming ourselves to the lack of his presence.

    i-claudius Diary Entry

  • And he endured nights without sleep as his stomach heaved and shuddered, reaccustoming itself to nourishment, however unappetizing the daily bowl of gruel.

    Honorbound

  • The same almost mathematical accuracy of proportion is kept up in the visit to Brobdingnag, and on Gulliver's return to his native country he experiences as much trouble in reaccustoming his mind to the ordinary standard as he had met with in adopting that of pigmies or giants.

    A History of English Prose Fiction

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