an established custom;
"it was their habit to dine at 7 every evening"
- He was wont to give lengthy speeches.
- This is the chair where the author was wont to sit.
- It is my wont to rise at six.
- She went for a walk after breakfast, as was her wont.
- use and wont 习惯(习俗
He would, as was his wont.., walk for a mile.出自： W. Trevor
It was the wont to rank science..among the highest..pursuits.出自：Nature
The lark was wont my matins ring.出自： Sir W. Scott
All is going on as it was wont.出自： Dickens
Such a distinction is wont to be termed 'inorganic'.出自： W. D. Whitney
Someone..toward whom she was wont to turn for..support.出自： A. Storr
Had he not wonted to converse formerly with them, he had not now been sought.出自： W. Burkitt
He who had wont to come to the patriarchs..had actually come to him.出自： J. Bruce