accustomary

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

accustom +‎ -ary

Adjective[edit]

accustomary (comparative more accustomary, superlative most accustomary)

  1. (archaic) Usual; customary.
    • Featley, Dippers Dipt
      Christ, in the fifth of Matthew, forbiddeth not all kind of swearing, but the ordinary and accustomary swearing then in use among the Jews.