well-accustomed

well-accustomed

adj (well accustomed when postpositive)
sufficiently used to: well accustomed to desert conditions.
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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.
The Eugene Symphony is well-accustomed by now to having its resident conductor, Danail Rachev, on the podium during performances, but many concertgoers may not realize that he's just half of a musical power husband- wife duo, and they're both going to be onstage for the "American Spectacular" symphony program on Dec.
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.
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.
It helps that Otto loves food, and is well-accustomed to working for food and being very patient and self-controlled around it--and that Liam is often surrounded and splattered with various kinds of food (as is his stroller and car seat), and that he loves dogs.
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.
By the early 1900s, farmers were well-accustomed to receiving free pocket ledgers, watch fobs, pins and match safes from local businesses.