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From wont (“custom, habit”) +‎ -ish.




Adjective wontish (comparative more wontish, superlative most wontish) Of or suggestive of a wont; customary; usual; habitual. 1999, Gilbert Sorrentino, Crystal Vision: He garbs himself in raiments and costumes that make him appear to the naked eyes to be somebody else. The press, in its wontish way, goes wild.



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