• Definition for "disaccustom"
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  • Verb Forms for "disaccustom"

disaccustom definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To make (you) unaccustomed to some thing to which anyone has been formerly accustomed; cause to-break a habit.
    • To destroy the power of habit in; to wean from a custom.
    • To make (one) unaccustomed to some thing that the person was previously accustomed; cause to split a practice.
    • To destroy the force of practice in; to wean from a custom.
    • To make (one) unaccustomed to something to which the person was previously accustomed; cause to break a practice.
    • To destroy the force of habit in; to wean from a custom.
  • verb:
    • to cause (somebody) to-break a practice or become unaccustomed to something which these are generally previously accustomed to
    • to cause (someone) to split a habit or be unaccustomed to a thing that these are typically previously used to
    • to cause (some one) to break a habit or be unaccustomed to a thing that these are generally previously accustomed to
  • others:
    • resulting in to lose a habit by disuse; render unaccustomed as by disuse: because, he's disaccustomed himself to exercise.
    • resulting in to lose a habit by disuse; render unaccustomed as by disuse: as, he's disaccustomed himself to exercise.
    • resulting in to lose a habit by disuse; render unaccustomed as by disuse: since, he has disaccustomed himself to exercise.
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