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    1. The night was long and we were young and this was an occasion for a special bottle or two, for the saved and revered whisky, a drink that I had slowly grown accustomed to during my residence, and one that always left me feeling as though I had spent the night with my head next to a camel’s rump

    2. Sons’ eyes had grown accustomed to the darkness and it hurt to look at the

    3. The ring on her finger still felt awkward … she wasn’t accustomed to wearing things like that but all the same, it felt right and reminded her of how much Joris had cared

    4. The more I pulled myself down the more accustomed I became; the more I explored with open eyes, the more I was astonished by the unbelievable mad blueness of the sea

    5. ‘Heartless women!’ he said good naturedly, obviously accustomed to the fact that his son does not rate his practical skills

    6. Because the poor Hindu is accustomed to being ruled by someone else - 700

    7. It was only with the greatest reluctance that Burberry allowed herself to become accustomed to the brightness of this early hour

    8. By now she had grown accustomed to the weight of her mother’s old engagement ring on her finger and the Chinese style vase stood proudly in its new position on the fireplace mantelpiece

    9. And the more you listen, the easier and more quickly your brain will become accustomed to slipping into that alternate state

    10. It takes about three quarters of an hour to drive from Naples to Sorrento and was it an education … I daresay I shall become accustomed to driving over here but believe me it is crazy! The basic rule of the road seems to be ‘go for it’ and they obey this one regardless of commonsense, consideration for other drivers or even practicality

    11. friends and some of his tutors had become so accustomed to

    12. rather than having become accustomed into something that you are not

    13. become accustomed to the brightness of this early hour

    14. Boredom was never a problem; Chrissie had become accustomed to it before she reached the age of ten

    15. White Feathers strolled in to take his accustomed seat at the table in the great room

    16. After a few days the tiger gradually became accustomed to its braying and was no longer so afraid

    17. They grew stronger and more accustomed to their growing strengths as time went along

    18. It would have been suicide to go in after him – that sea was wild … but would anyone believe her? Nervously, she debated this with herself, too accustomed to being disbelieved to put any reliance on it

    19. for soldiers when they become accustomed to war

    20. “Well, I have had more sex than I’m accustomed to

    21. But then the market went bad and I couldn’t sell it for what I wanted and after awhile I got too accustomed to living here

    22. Allcock free reign of the accommodations in the cabin and allowed Harry a sense of freedom and liberty to which he was gradually becoming accustomed

    23. ‘Chrissie Hartley-Jones was accustomed to wandering around the moor according to Andy Simthwaite

    24. He can feel men he calls friends, men who he would normally rely on, men accustomed to the sights and sounds of mean lives, momentarily falling apart

    25. The whole area was untouched and much quieter than the hustle and bustle they had grown accustomed to back in the village

    26. Roman was not accustomed to seeing her in

    27. had grown accustomed to seeing

    28. They were accustomed to living in a virtual environment

    29. Gem was accustomed to her diminutive size, actually found it had advantages when fighting larger opponents

    30. And indeed bad as his clothes were and coarsely as he spoke, he seemed like a skipper accustomed to be obeyed

    31. Turtle "Oh, no! It bothers us no more than air, after we have once become accustomed to it," said the turtle

    32. "Why should I do anything? What difference will it make? After battling the Undeath for an eternity, I have grown accustomed to the fact that it cannot be defeated

    33. And so pilgrims are accustomed to kneel here in

    34. He is less accustomed, indeed, to social intercourse,

    35. being accustomed to consider a greater variety of objects, is generally much superior to that of

    36. How could they? Having shared her bed before, over and over again, he had grown accustomed to quenching his lust as soon as it arose

    37. It therefore ordains, that all servants and labourers should, for the future, be contented with the same wages and liveries (liveries in those times signified not only clothes, but provisions) which they had been accustomed to receive in the 20th year of the king, and the four preceding years; that, upon this account, their livery-wheat should nowhere be estimated higher than tenpence a-bushel, and that it should always be in the option of the master to deliver them either the wheat or the money

    38. It was pointless for him to ask how he knew that, Alec had simply grown accustomed to the fact that the One Elf knew everything

    39. she was becoming accustomed to travelling on the water

    40. her would last? He was a man accustomed to bedding beautiful women

    41. The tortoise behind me seems to be accustomed

    42. customers will become accustomed to you being that way

    43. Suddenly I was sitting out-of-body (known as OBE) in the form I’m more accustomed to and had reassumed out of habit

    44. The elegance of his dress, of his equipage, of his house and household furniture, are objects which, from his infancy, he has been accustomed to have some anxiety about

    45. A merchant is accustomed to employ his money chiefly in profitable projects ; whereas a mere country gentleman is accustomed to employ it chiefly in expense

    46. To have enforced payment of a small debt within the lands of a great proprietor, where all the inhabitants were armed, and accustomed to stand by one another, would have cost the king, had he attempted it by his own authority, almost the same effort as to extinguish a civil war

    47. Accustomed to the murky cave, the

    48. " Country gentlemen and farmers, dispersed in different parts of the country, cannot so easily combine as merchants and manufacturers, who being collected into towns, and accustomed to that exclusive corporation spirit which prevails in them, naturally endeavour to obtain, against all their countrymen, the same exclusive privilege which they generally possess against the inhabitants of their respective towns

    49. Appreciate the different experiences in your life even though they are not what you may be accustomed to

    50. Not only no great convulsion, but no sensible disorder, arose from so great a change in the situation of more than 100,000 men, all accustomed to the use of arms, and many of them to rapine and plunder

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    accustomed customary habitual wonted wont ordinary characteristic familiar usual