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Spell check of custom

Correct spelling: custom

instinct, patronage, propriety, formality, orthodoxy, lifestyle, monotony, steadiness, habitude, accordance, utilization, mannerism, acclimation, use, normality, habitual, conformance, praxis, habit, system, compliance, way of life, springer, use of goods and services, etiquette, accustomed, precedent, customs duty, style, impost, departure, bespoke, trait, usage, obedience, economic consumption, agree, strangeness, employment, fashion, disposition, routine, practice, practise, rut, regular, acquiescence, convention, temperament, timeworn, consistency, rule, custom-built, attitude, characteristic, frequency, vogue, periodicity, unwritten law, customized, taste, tendency, submissiveness, treadmill, custom-made, manner, tailored, common, familiarity, form, rhythm, ceremony, mold, bespoken, consuetude, mode, well-worn, procedure, mores, congruity, leaning, recurrence, correctness, ritual, exercise, universality, conformity, adherence, made-to-order, consumption, conventionality, trade, character, pattern, usance, tailor-made, observance, business, regularity, customised, utilisation, submission, deviation, traffic, custom-tailored, wont, usual, type, customs, second nature, method, predominance, constancy, conditioned, irregularity, design, matter of course, familiar, way, standard, rite, culture, tradition, inheritance, addiction, conventional.

mass-produced, ready-made.

Examples of usage:

1) What is law itself But old establish'd custom? - "A Key to Lord Tennyson's 'In Memoriam'", Alfred Gatty.

2) The snowhouse was not cemented as usual with water, as was our custom when weather permitted. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) I think you understand that it's a custom of this country not to demand from any man an account of what he may have done before he came out to it. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.