wont meaning, wont definition | English Cobuild dictionary

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wont

  
1       adj   If someone is wontto do something, they often or regularly do it.  
WRITTEN   v-link ADJ to-inf   (=inclined)  
Both have committed their indiscretions, as human beings are wont to do.     
2    If someone does a particular thing as is their wont, they do that thing often or regularly.  
WRITTEN  
as is one's wont      phrase   V inflects  
Paul woke early, as was his wont.     
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wont

  
1   
      adj   accustomed, given, in the habit of, used  
2   
      n   custom, habit, practice, rule, use, way  

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as is one's wont, won't, won, wot

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