wont [ wawnt, wohnt, wuhnt ]
1. accustomed; used (usually followed by an infinitive): He was wont to rise at dawn.
2. custom; habit; practice: It was her wont to walk three miles before breakfast.
verb (used with object), wont, wont or wont·ed, wont·ing.
3. to accustom (a person), as to a thing: That summer wonted me to a lifetime of early rising.
4. to render (a thing) customary or usual (usually used passively).
verb (used without object), wont, wont or wont·ed, wont·ing.
5. to be wont.
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1. habituated, wonted.
ANTONYMS FOR WONT
Origin: 1300–50; (adj.) Middle English wont, woned, Old English gewunod, past participle of gewunian to be used to (see won); cognate with German gewöhnt; (v.) Middle English, back formation from wonted or wont (past participle); (noun) apparently from conflation of wont (past participle) with obsolete wone wish, in certain stereotyped phrases
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