custumary

custumary

(ˈkʌstjuːmərɪ)
n
a variant form of customary
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(6) Conversely, many of those who vehemently disagreed over such political issues as the perfectibility of society or the morality of monarchy concurred on the need to surmount the inheritance of "Gothic custumary" and modernize the British economy along broadly Smithian lines.
(36) In Castle Rackrent, for example, Edgeworth follows Smith closely when she excoriates a range of feudal customs and perks (Thelwall's "Gothic custumary")--such as duty fowls, weed ashes, and sealing money--that restrain the free exchange of labor.
"People and Resources in Nepal: Custumary Resource Management Systems of the Upper Kali Gandaki".