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Another word for custom

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Noun
  1. A habitual way of behaving

    See also:

    usual

  2. The commercial transactions of customers with a supplier

      1. The passage of people or vehicles along routes of transportation.
      2. Vehicles or pedestrians in transit:
      3. The commercial exchange of goods; trade.
      1. The business of buying and selling commodities, products, or services; commerce.
      2. A branch or kind of business:
      3. The people working in or associated with a business or industry:
      1. The support or encouragement of a patron, as for an institution or cause.
      2. Support or encouragement proffered in a condescending manner:
      3. The trade given to a commercial establishment by its customers:
      1. The activity of buying and selling commodities, products, or services:
      2. The amount or volume of this activity:
      3. The variety of this activity in which a person is engaged:
Adjective
  1. Made according to the specifications of the buyer

    See also:

    agree

Another word for custom

Noun
  1. A habitual action

      1. A sunken track or groove made by the passage of vehicles.
      2. An uninspired routine or pattern of behavior that one continues unthinkingly or because change is difficult.
      3. To make ruts in (a path, for example).
      1. An acquired behavior or trait that is so long practiced as to seem innate.
      1. Being a feature that helps to distinguish a person or thing; distinctive:
      2. A feature that helps to identify, tell apart, or describe recognizably; a distinguishing mark or trait.
      3. The integral part of a logarithm as distinguished from the mantissa:
      1. The act or practice of observing or complying with a law, custom, command, or rule.
      2. The act or custom of keeping or celebrating a holiday or other ritual occasion.
      3. A customary rite or ceremony.
      1. A way of doing something or the way in which a thing is done or happens:
      2. A way of acting; bearing or behavior:
      3. The socially correct way of acting; etiquette:
      1. A manner of proceeding; a way of performing or effecting something:
      2. A series of steps taken to accomplish an end:
      3. A set of instructions that performs a specific task; a subroutine or function.
      1. Governing power or its possession or use; authority.
      2. The duration of such power.
      3. An authoritative, prescribed direction for conduct, especially one of the regulations governing procedure in a legislative body or a regulation observed by the players in a game, sport, or contest.
      1. Physiological or psychological dependence, as on a substance:
      2. An instance of this:
      3. The condition of being habitually occupied with or involved in something:
      1. The shape and structure of an object:
      2. The body or outward appearance of a person or an animal; figure:
      3. A model of the human figure or part of it used for displaying clothes.
      1. A habitual tendency or way of behaving.
      1. To put into service or employ for a purpose:
      2. To avail oneself of; practice:
      3. To conduct oneself toward; treat or handle:
      1. An act or instance that may be used as an example in dealing with subsequent similar instances.
      2. A judicial decision that is binding on other equal or lower courts in the same jurisdiction as to its conclusion on a point of law, and may also be persuasive to courts in other jurisdictions, in subsequent cases involving sufficiently similar facts.
      3. Convention or custom arising from long practice:
      1. A set of customary or unchanging and often mechanically performed activities or procedures:
      2. The practice of such activities or procedures:
      3. A scripted piece of entertainment, especially in a nightclub or theater:
      1. The prevailing style or custom, as in dress or behavior:
      2. Something, such as a garment, that is in the current mode:
      3. Manner or mode; way:
      1. Accustomed or used:
      2. Likely:
      3. Customary practice; usage.
      1. The act, manner, or amount of using; use:
      2. The act or manner of treating; treatment:
      3. Habitual or accepted practice:
      1. To do or perform habitually or customarily; make a habit of:
      2. To do or perform (something) repeatedly in order to acquire or polish a skill:
      3. To give lessons or repeated instructions to; drill:
      1. A recurrent, often unconscious pattern of behavior that is acquired through frequent repetition:
      2. An established disposition of the mind or character:
      3. Customary manner or practice:
  2. A traditional action

      1. (uncountable) Adherence to social conventions; conventional behavior
      2. (uncountable, philosophy) The doctrine that logical or mathematical principles are simply the expression of conventions
      1. An acquired behavior or trait that is so long practiced as to seem innate.
      1. The state, quality, or character of being conventional.
      2. A conventional act, idea, or practice.
      1. The practices and forms prescribed by social convention or by authority.
      1. law originating in custom, usage, court decisions, etc., rather than in the action of any lawmaking body
      1. The accepted traditional customs and usages of a particular social group.
      2. Moral attitudes.
      3. Manners; ways.
      1. The act or practice of observing or complying with a law, custom, command, or rule.
      2. The act or custom of keeping or celebrating a holiday or other ritual occasion.
      3. A customary rite or ceremony.
      1. A manner of thinking, feeling, or behaving that reflects a state of mind or disposition:
      2. Arrogant or aggressive disposition or behavior:
      3. A position of the body or manner of carrying oneself:
      1. A formal act or set of acts performed as prescribed by ritual or custom:
      2. A conventional social gesture or act of courtesy:
      3. A formal act without intrinsic purpose; an empty form:
      1. The prescribed or customary form for conducting a religious or other solemn ceremony:
      2. A ceremonial act or series of acts:
      3. The liturgy or practice of a branch of the Christian church.
      1. A ceremony in which the actions and wording follow a prescribed form and order.
      2. The body of ceremonies or rites used in a place of worship or by an organization:
      3. A book of rites or ceremonial forms.
      1. A set of customary or unchanging and often mechanically performed activities or procedures:
      2. The practice of such activities or procedures:
      3. A scripted piece of entertainment, especially in a nightclub or theater:
      1. The combination of mental characteristics and behavior that distinguishes a person or group.
      2. The distinguishing nature of something.
      3. Moral strength; integrity:
      1. To distinguish the flavor of by taking into the mouth.
      2. To eat or drink a small quantity of.
      3. To partake of, especially for the first time; experience:
      1. A number of people or things having in common traits or characteristics that distinguish them as a group or class:
      2. A person or thing having the features of a group or class:
      3. An example or a model having the ideal features of a group or class; an embodiment:
      1. To conceive or fashion in the mind; invent:
      2. To formulate a plan for; devise:
      3. To make a graphic or schematic representation of (something), especially as a plan for its structure:
      1. A usually repeating artistic or decorative design:
      2. A natural or accidental arrangement or sequence:
      3. A plan, diagram, or model to be followed in making things:
      1. A hollow form or matrix for shaping a fluid or plastic substance.
      2. A frame or model around or on which something is formed or shaped.
      3. Something that is made in or shaped on a mold.
      1. The shape and structure of an object:
      2. The body or outward appearance of a person or an animal; figure:
      3. A model of the human figure or part of it used for displaying clothes.
      1. The quality or condition of being formal.
      2. Rigorous or ceremonious adherence to established forms, rules, or customs.
      3. An established form, rule, or custom, especially one followed merely for the sake of procedure or decorum.
      1. An act or instance that may be used as an example in dealing with subsequent similar instances.
      2. A judicial decision that is binding on other equal or lower courts in the same jurisdiction as to its conclusion on a point of law, and may also be persuasive to courts in other jurisdictions, in subsequent cases involving sufficiently similar facts.
      3. Convention or custom arising from long practice:
      1. To do or perform habitually or customarily; make a habit of:
      2. To do or perform (something) repeatedly in order to acquire or polish a skill:
      3. To give lessons or repeated instructions to; drill:
      1. Governing power or its possession or use; authority.
      2. The duration of such power.
      3. An authoritative, prescribed direction for conduct, especially one of the regulations governing procedure in a legislative body or a regulation observed by the players in a game, sport, or contest.
      1. A recurrent, often unconscious pattern of behavior that is acquired through frequent repetition:
      2. An established disposition of the mind or character:
      3. Customary manner or practice:
      1. A formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates, as of a political party, fraternal society, profession, or industry.
      2. The body of persons attending such an assembly:
      3. An agreement between states, sides, or military forces, especially an international agreement dealing with a specific subject, such as the treatment of prisoners of war.
      1. The prevailing style or custom, as in dress or behavior:
      2. Something, such as a garment, that is in the current mode:
      3. Manner or mode; way:
      1. The prevailing fashion, practice, or style:
      2. Popular acceptance or favor; popularity:
      3. To dance by striking a series of rigid, stylized poses, evocative of fashion models during photograph shoots.
      1. The way in which something is said, done, expressed, or performed:
      2. The combination of distinctive features of literary or artistic expression, execution, or performance characterizing a particular person, group, school, or era.
      3. Sort; type:
      1. An organism as a whole, especially with regard to its vital processes or functions:
      2. A group of physiologically or anatomically related organs or parts:
      3. A group of interacting mechanical or electrical components:
      1. A means or manner of procedure, especially a regular and systematic way of accomplishing something:
      2. Orderly arrangement of parts or steps to accomplish an end:
      3. The procedures and techniques characteristic of a particular discipline or field of knowledge:
      1. A manner, way, or method of doing something, experiencing something, or acting:
      2. A particular form or kind:
      3. A given condition of functioning; a status or operation:
      1. A road, path, or highway affording passage from one place to another.
      2. An opening affording passage:
      3. Space to proceed:
      1. A way of doing something or the way in which a thing is done or happens:
      2. A way of acting; bearing or behavior:
      3. The socially correct way of acting; etiquette:
  3. The whole body of tradition