well-accustomed

well-accustomed

adj (well accustomed when postpositive)
sufficiently used to: well accustomed to desert conditions.
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The festival is in its seventh year, so businesses surrounding the park will be well-accustomed to dealing with the crowds.
He said residents have become well-accustomed to the 5 per cent value-added tax factor now and the initial drop in sales post-VAT introduction has picked up its momentum and the sales graph is going uphill again.
Gamers who were well-accustomed to the historically themed game also felt a sense of sorrow to the news of the fire, which occurred on the early morning of April 15.
Deep sleep occurs only when the animal is well-accustomed and feels safe in its surroundings [3], as the lack of muscle tone during sleep is innately dangerous for prey animals, such as cattle.
Other natural prey for mantids like wasps, butterflies, spiders, etc., have been frequently observed on these plants and in the garden which, even if mostly artificial, can be considered a semi-natural and functional habitat for a mantid like Hierodula, which is well-accustomed to gardens and urban areas (Kurosawa et al.
He also stressed that they have grown well-accustomed to the most common ways used by smugglers and can easily detect them.
Since they are already well-accustomed to raising inter-state and intra-state tensions as a means of their own political survival, it is very likely that they will be able to accumulate such tensions to such a level as to gradually generate a mirage of imminent regional war.
The judge continued his line of questioning unperturbed, now well-accustomed to his interlocutor.