Definition of wont :
1. Custom; habit; use; usage.
2. of Wont
3. To accustom; - used reflexively.
4. To be accustomed or habituated; to be used.
5. Using or doing customarily; accustomed; habituated; used.
habit (part of speech: noun)
fixed ways, tradition, conventionality, leaning, instinct, temperament, familiarity, custom, second nature, acclimation, routine, lifestyle, regularity, addiction, way of life, trait, rut, treadmill, mannerism, disposition, daily grind, tendency, habit
- At supper he sat before them all, ate and drank at his wont. - "The Life and Death of Richard Yea-and-Nay", Maurice Hewlett.
- She did not know just when Jacqueline left the house, had been only vaguely aware of a horse galloping down the hill recklessly, as Jacqueline, like her father before her, was wont to gallop. - "Kildares of Storm", Eleanor Mercein Kelly.
- That child in there won't be put to bed at night until she kisses me good- night, and, even then she wont go until I kiss her. - "The Bishop and the Boogerman", Joel Chandler Harris.