wont|wonted|wonting|wonts in English
[won't || wəʊnt]
be used to, accustomed to; become used to; become accustomed to (Archaic)
Use "wont|wonted|wonting|wonts" in a sentence
1. Ev'n in our Ashes live their wonted Fires.
2. I only walk our wonted road.
3. He replied sharply, and without his wonted courtesy.
4. He took his wonted walk round the park.
5. Still in my heart retain their wonted place.
6. 24 He replied sharply, and without his wonted courtesy.
7. Dont worry: Conspicuous consumption wont disappear.
8. He took his wonted place in the reading room.
9. He was wont to say so.
10. He was wont to rise early.
11. For once he was wrenched out of his wonted calm.
12. You're sure you wont stay for tea?
13. 26 He was wont to rise early.
14. On desperate seas long wont to roam.
15. Paul woke early, as was his wont.
16. It was her wont to rise early.
17. He was wont to give lengthy speeches.
18. The previous city council was wont to overspend.
19. Yet the book itself vacillates between the wonted and the novel.
20. It is his wont to get up early.
21. Wont it be strange when all fully grown.
22. Are my purposes wont to be so shallow?
23. It is my wont to rise at six.
24. With his wonted , collected and stately mien, he crossed the unhallowed threshold.
25. He was wont to read a mystery in bed.