accustom in a sentence
pronunciation: [ [ ə'kʌstəm ] ]
- The best approach is to accustom puppies to the procedure so they don't protest later.
- "Retailers need to accustom themselves to much more modest increases, " he said.
- The new offerings are partly designed to accustom employees to seeking out medical information on their own.
- "Our hunting trips accustom us to patience and endurance, " he wrote recently.
- Everyone does homage to Gyges, who, however, cannot accustom himself to this high honour.
- Sometimes a player just wants to accustom himself to the crowd and the surroundings on the first day.
- But McCain-Lieberman aims merely to accustom the nation gently to doing business in a different way.
- They also wrote that toys were meant to accustom a child " to completely spontaneous laughter ."
- One challenge is to accustom middle-class Californians to live in medium-to high-density housing.
- The Canadian players have since had time to accustom themselves to European officiating, and resolved to remain disciplined.