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  • wonts — won t || wəʊnt n. custom, habit; usual practice v. be used to, accustomed to; become used to; become accustomed to (Archaic) adj. accustomed to, customary to, tends to …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • caduceus — noun a) The official wand carried by a herald in ancient Greece and Rome, specifically the one carried in mythology by Hermes, the messenger of the gods, usually represented with two snakes twined around it. Caduceus the rod of Mercury, / With… …   Wiktionary

  • wont — [wəʊnt] adjective archaic or literary accustomed: he was wont to arise at 5.30. noun (one s wont) formal or humorous one s customary behaviour. verb (3rd singular present wonts or wont; past and past participle …   English new terms dictionary

  • course — n 1. progression, headway, progress, march, advance, furtherance; proceeding, development, rise. 2. route, way, run, road, lane, avenue, passage, track, trail; direction, channel, tack, cut, pass; runway, fairway, approach; path, line, trajectory …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • wont — /woʊnt / (say wohnt), /wɒnt/ (say wont) adjective 1. accustomed; used: he is wont to digress; I rose early, as I am wont. –noun 2. custom; habit; practice. –verb (t) (wont or wonted, wonting) 3. to accustom (a person), as to a thing. 4. to render …  

  • wont — ► ADJECTIVE archaic or literary ▪ accustomed. ► NOUN (one s wont) formal or humorous ▪ one s customary behaviour. ► VERB (3rd sing. present wonts or wont; past and past part. wont or wonted) …   English terms dictionary

  • wont — adj., n., & v. predic.adj. archaic or literary (foll. by to + infin.) accustomed (as we were wont to say). n. formal or joc. what is customary, one s habit (as is my wont). v.tr. & intr. (3rd sing. present wonts or wont; past wont or wonted)… …   Useful english dictionary

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