Definitions for wontwɔnt, woʊnt, wʌnt

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. habit, wont(noun)

    an established custom

    "it was their habit to dine at 7 every evening"

Wiktionary

  1. wont(Contraction)

    will not;

    Sam won't be doing any work this afternoon.

  2. Origin: Origin uncertain: apparently a conflation of wone and wont (participle adjective, below).

Webster Dictionary

  1. Wont(adj)

    using or doing customarily; accustomed; habituated; used

  2. Wont(noun)

    custom; habit; use; usage

  3. Wont

    of Wont

  4. Wont

    of Wont

  5. Wont(verb)

    to be accustomed or habituated; to be used

  6. Wont(verb)

    to accustom; -- used reflexively

Anagrams of wont »

  1. town

  2. nowt


Translations for wont

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • vaneDanish
  • gewohnt, GewohnheitGerman
  • acostumbrado, avezado, habituadoSpanish
  • tapana, tapaFinnish
  • habitude, habituer, habitué, être habituéFrench
  • abitudine, familiarizzare, avvezzo, abituare, abituato, avvezzareItalian
  • gewoonte, gewend, gewoonDutch
  • obiceiRomanian
  • имеющий обыкновение, иметь, привыкший, привычка, приучатьRussian
  • vänja, vana, vanSwedish
  • adetTurkish

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