well-accustomed

well-accustomed

adj (well accustomed when postpositive)
sufficiently used to: well accustomed to desert conditions.
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The emphasis on making things accessible and user-friendly levels the playing field for veterans who do not have a lot of civilian work experience--and anyone who has spent time in the service is well-accustomed to learning new skills quickly through hands-on training.
During his 20 years' service with the brand, Joe had become well-accustomed to identifying & predicting the next key trends in the watch industry.
After less than a year as a Test crick-CRICKETer, he was pitched into the cauldron of an Ashes series against an Australia side well-accustomed to beating England and still driven by two of the greatestever bowlers - Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne.
Whether that's because he has an air of the natural clown about him, or because the crowd in question are well-accustomed to his brand of wide-eyed, silly voiced and slapstick-soaked humour following many turns in the Theatre Royal's annual panto, we'll never know.
High oil prices are swelling treasury coffers in the Gulf, and the record expenditures posted by Saudi Arabia earlier this month are of particular note in this well-accustomed sense.
Experienced with a large variety of regulations (NERC, HIPAA, SOX, PCI, EPA, FISMA, Breach Notification, ACH), Richard is well-accustomed to the pressure of progressive standards of the security and compliance requirements.
Last night's Ebenezer, Tommy Steele, is well-accustomed to the role.
Although I'm well-accustomed to using computers I don't know much about the systems or buying the best equipment for the job, as this was always taken care of by the IT department for the companies I worked for.
And while insurers and reinsurers are well-accustomed to confronting situations that are characterized by risk and uncertainty, the issue of human-induced climate change carries with it enough ambiguity and uncertainty to generate considerable anxiety for industry stakeholders.
The British Boys' champion in 2003, Davies is well-accustomed to the lightning-fast greens that will confront the away side in Illinois, having enjoyed a sensational second season of college golf over in America.
Inevitably at this time of year, Saturday night proms wreak havoc on high school sporting events, and organizers of the annual Battle of the Valley senior all-star basketball game at Cal State Northridge are well-accustomed to this situation.