In"sue*tude (?), n. [L. insuetudo, from insuetus unaccustomed; pref. in- not + suetus, p. p. of suescere to be accustomed.]

The state or quality of being unaccustomed; absence of use or habit.

Absurdities are great or small in proportion to custom or insuetude. Landor.

 

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