habitual (part of speech: adjective)
- It takes time to become acclimated to the stairs abroad. - "A Woman's Will", Anne Warner.
- He has indeed, drawled Mrs. Cardross, laying aside her novel; and, placidly ignoring Hamil's protests: Neville, you drag him about through those dreadful swamps before he is acclimated, and you keep him up half the night talking plans and making sketches. - "The Firing Line", Robert W. Chambers.
- Aside from the lack of adequate provisions for the heavy diet in beef, mutton and pork to which they were accustomed in England, there were at least two months of hot, humid weather to which they were not acclimated. - "Domestic Life in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century Jamestown 350th Anniversary Historical Booklet Number 17", Annie Lash Jester.