wont·ed /ˈwɔntəd, ˈwon ||ˈwʌn ||ˈwɑn-/
Wont·ed, a. Accustomed; customary; usual.
Again his wonted weapon proved. --Spenser.
Like an old piece of furniture left alone in its wonted corner. --Sir W. Scott.
She was wonted to the place, and would not remove. --L'Estrange.
Wont, v. i. [imp. Wont, p. p. Wont, or Wonted; p. pr. & vb. n. Wonting.] To be accustomed or habituated; to be used.
A yearly solemn feast she wont to make. --Spenser.
adj : commonly used or practiced; usual; "his accustomed
thoroughness"; "took his customary morning walk"; "his
habitual comment"; "with her wonted candor" [syn: accustomed,
customary, habitual, wonted(a)]