Wont [adjective]

Definition of Wont:

in the habit of

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Sentence/Example of Wont:

Speak to me as is your wont—with the same kindliness and warmth—you know I am bound to you.

I am a peaceful trader, and I am not wont to be so shouted at upon so small a matter.

Burke took refuge, as his wont was when too hard pressed, in a mighty bellow.

Indeed, on the morrow she seated herself at the work-frame and embroidered as she was wont to do.

You told me that you and your father were wont to go out together in the morning.

Duncan had been wont to say of him that Kellogg could talk the hind-leg off of a mule.

They leaned upon her, as the world, her sick world, was wont to lean.

They inquired for him at taverns; they sought him in farmhouses where he had been wont to lodge.

It proved to be a little out of place, but otherwise he was as immaculate as was his wont.

But Mirandy, pouring her batter into the pan, heeded him no more than was her wont.