consuetudinary

consuetudinary

[kon-swi-tood-n-er-ee, -tyood-]
adjective
customary or traditional.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English < Late Latin consuētūdinārius, equivalent to consuētūdin- (stem of consuētūdō) consuetude + -ārius -ary

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consuetude (ˈkɒnswɪˌtjuːd)
 
n
an established custom or usage, esp one having legal force
 
[C14: from Latin consuētūdō, from consuēscere to accustom, from con- + suēscere to be wont]
 
consue'tudinary
 
adj

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