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  • Carol perceived that Mrs. Dyer was accustomed to this indignity.
  • When Carol abruptly turned on the lights in the embattled living-room, half of the company were sitting back against the walls, where they had craftily remained throughout the engagement, but in the middle of the floor Kennicott was wrestling with Harry Haydock—their collars torn off, their hair in their eyes; and the owlish Mr. Julius Flickerbaugh was retreating from Juanita Haydock, and gulping with unaccustomed laughter.
  • Ain’t much accustomed to attending parties barefoot, but here goes!"
  • "Maybe it ain’t any Hotel Radisson parlor, but still, it’s so much better than anything these hired girls are accustomed to at home that they think it’s fine.
  • She wanted people to believe that her husband and she were accustomed to luxury and chill elegance; she was faintly angry at him for the vulgar way in which, after signing the register "Dr.

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  • In the United States we’re accustomed to forming our own opinion about the promises of advertisements and politicians.
  • Actors and politicians are accustomed to less privacy than the rest of us.

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