- custom, Custom, familiarity.
Etymology: From Old French Old French, consuetude or Latin consuetudo, from the past participle of Latin consuescere "accustom", corresponding to con- + suescere "become accustomed".
- 1819: "the stain hath become engrained by time and ; let thy reformation be cautious, as it is just and wise." " Walter Scott, Ivanhoe
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