custom是一个雅思常考词汇，这个词的常用解释为n. 习俗, 惯例; 光顾，这个词在很多英文原版小说中怎么应用呢，今天小编就带您了解一下。
-- 21IV The Preparation hen the mail got successfully to Dover, in the course Wof the forenoon, the head drawer at the Royal George Hotel opened the coach-door as his custom was.
-- The complaint had sometimes made it-self audible, even in that deaf city and dumb age, that, in the narrow streets without footways, the fierce patrician custom of hard driving endangered and maimed the mere vulgar in a barbarous manner.
-- But it is the obstinate custom of such creatures hardly ever to say what is set down for them.
-- * It is the custom in Denmark for intimate acquaintances to use the second person singular, 'Du,' (thou) when speak-ing to each other.
-- He attempted to look at it all as an empty custom, having no sort of meaning, like the custom of paying calls.
-- Chapter 2 On the day of the wedding, according to the Russian custom (the princess and Darya Alexandrovna insisted on strictly keeping all the customs), Levin did not see his betrothed, and dined at his hotel with three bachelor friends, casually brought together at his rooms.
-- "There's some sense in this custom of saying good-bye to bachelor life," said Sergey Ivanovitch.
-- Sergey Ivanovitch was talking to Darya Dmitrievna, jestingly assuring her that the custom of going away after the wedding was becoming common because newly married people always felt a little ashamed of themselves.
-- He knew nothing of Mormonism except the custom of polygamy, which is its foundation.
-- He had been shut up in the Custom House, and he was to be transferred to London the next day.
-- Aouda and he had remained, despite the cold, under the portico of the Custom House.
-- If anyone, at this moment, had entered the Custom House, he would have found Mr. Fogg seated, motionless, calm, and without apparent anger, upon a wooden bench.
-- The Custom House clock struck one.
-- Parents' associations he enlightened upon "the saving in doctors' bills of treating the child before maladjustments go too far,' but to physicians he gave assurance that public health agitation would merely make the custom of going regularly to doctors more popular.
-- In Bombay a new dock-guard, unaware of things, spoke boisterously over his family rice of a strange new custom of the rats.
-- 'My family are ofopinion, that, with a little interest, something might be done for aman of his ability in the Custom House.
-- This ceremony I performed;and the Doctor begging Mr. Dick, whensoever he should not findme at the coach-office, to come on there, and rest himself until ourmorning's work was over, it soon passed into a custom for Mr.Dick to come on as a matter of course, and, if we were a little late,as often happened on a Wednesday, to walk about the courtyard,waiting for me.
-- However, it passed into a custom too; and Mr. Dick,listening with a face shining with pride and pleasure, in his heartof hearts, believed the Dictionary to be the most delightful book inthe world.
-- But, the truth is,talent is not wanted in the Custom House.
-- 'I suppose, sir,' said I, still desiring tospare my aunt, 'that it is not the custom here, if an articled clerkwere particularly useful, and made himself a perfect master of hisprofession'- I could not help blushing, this looked so like praisingmyself- 'I suppose it is not the custom, in the later years of his time,to allow him any-' Mr. Spenlow, by a great effort, just lifted hishead far enough out of his cravat, to shake it, and answered,anticipating the word 'salary.'
-- And it cannot be for the value of our custom now, for what is our consumption of bread, you know?
-- 'Ah! (shaking his head) the uncertainty of when I may be able to return! I shall try for it with a zeal! It will be the object of all my thoughts and cares! and if my un-cle and aunt go to town this spring but I am afraid they did not stir last spring I am afraid it is a custom gone for ever.'
-- Her attention was now claimed by Mr. Woodhouse, who being, according to his custom on such occasions, making the circle of his guests, and paying his particular compliments to the ladies, was ending with her and with all his mildest urbanity, said, 'I am very sorry to hear, Miss Fairfax, of your being out this morning in the rain.
-- It was the unvarying custom in Weatherbury to sink minor differences when the maltster had to be pacified.