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Line breaks: re|accus¦tom
Pronunciation: /riːəˈkʌstəm

Definition of reaccustom in English:


[with object]
Accustom (someone) to something again: a routine to reaccustom the disabled person to the demands of a normal working day
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  • It took about an hour to match velocities with the orbiting UFO, ample time for Erin to reaccustom himself to zero-G maneuvering.
  • Blinking to reaccustom herself to the darkness, Lexa already had her hands over her ears when the deafening blast of thunder reached her.
  • Now I just have to get my eyes reaccustomed to my contacts and then I'll be all set.

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