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1    a usual or habitual practice; typical mode of behaviour  
2    the long-established habits or traditions of a society collectively; convention  
custom dictates good manners     
a    a practice which by long-established usage has come to have the force of law  
b    such practices collectively (esp. in the phrase custom and practice)  
4    habitual patronage, esp. of a shop or business  
5    the customers of a shop or business collectively  
6    (in feudal Europe) a tribute paid by a vassal to his lord  
7    made to the specifications of an individual customer (often in the combinations custom-built, custom-made)  
8    specializing in goods so made,   (See also)        customs  
     (C12: from Old French costume, from Latin consuetudo, from consuescere to grow accustomed to, from suescere to be used to)  

      adj   (of cars, houses, etc.) made according to the specifications of an individual buyer  
custom house   , customs house  
      n   a government office, esp. at a port, where customs are collected and ships cleared for entry  
      adj   (of suits, dresses, etc.) made according to the specifications of an individual buyer  
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1    habit, habitude     (rare)   manner, mode, procedure, routine, way, wont  
2    convention, etiquette, fashion, form, formality, matter of course, observance, observation, policy, practice, praxis, ritual, rule, style, tradition, unwritten law, usage, use  
3    customers, patronage, trade  

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