Definition of Disaccustoms
1. disaccustom [v] - See also: disaccustom
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Literary usage of Disaccustoms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Complete Works of Count Tolstoy by Leo Tolstoy (1904)
"The training of men to do what resembles art disaccustoms them to understand true art. From this results the fact that there are no duller persons in art ..."
2. Contemporary France by Gabriel Hanotaux (1903)
"It disaccustoms him too much to the atmosphere of foolishness. This solitude, this furious work, the debates which he had to wage against his first friends, ..."
3. Literary News by L. Pylodet, Augusta Harriet (Garrigue) Leypoldt (1898)
"Accustoming people to something resembling art disaccustoms them to the comprehension of real art. And that is how it comes about that none are more dull to ..."
4. Education Mosaics by Thomas Jefferson Morgan (1887)
"It turns the mind aside from more general, less certain observations, and disaccustoms it to exercise itself in the realm of the quantitatively ..."
5. The Question of a Division of the Philosophical Faculty: Inaugural Address by August Wilhelm von Hofmann (1883)
"It turns the mind aside from more general, less certain observations, and disaccustoms it to exercise ..."
6. Social Organization; a Study of the Larger Mind by Charles Horton Cooley (1909)
"Communication, by giving abundance and choice of social contacts, also acts to diversify and refine sentiment; the growth of order disaccustoms us to ..."