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It’ll take Sophie a while to accustom herself to her new life in the university dormitory.

Since getting married, Liane has had to get accustomed to her husband’s busy work schedule.

I’m not really accustomed to getting up so early on the weekends. At home I could sleep in until noon.

The hardest thing for our students to get accustomed to with their host families is the food.

Many people think they can become accustomed to long periods of little sleep without any consequences, but it is not true.

My son did his chores with unaccustomed enthusiasm after I told him I would pay him $5 an hour.

It took Marco about a year to become accustomed to our cold winters.

During a certain stage of culture shock, people are often afraid that they will never become accustomed to the new culture.

Our cat is unaccustomed to going outside, so she always runs upstairs when we open the front door.

Helen Rowland once suggested that a man can become so accustomed to the thought of his own faults that he will begin to cherish them as charming little personal characteristics.