Wont means accustomed or used to.(adjective)
An example of wont used as an adjective is in the phrase, "wont to desire ice cream," which means likely to want some ice cream.
The definition of wont is a practice or something that is usually done.(noun)
An example of a wont is the baptizing of a baby in a Catholic family.
Wont is defined as to be used to doing something or to get used to doing something.(verb)
An example of to wont is to be used to waking up each morning at 6 a.m.
See wont in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME wunt, woned, pp. of wunien, to be accustomed, dwell < OE wunian, akin to Ger wohnen, to dwell: for IE base see win
Origin: prob. altered (based on the adj.) < ME wune, custom, habit < OE (ge)wuna
See wont in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , past participle of wonen, to be used to, dwell; see won 1.
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