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accustom to become used to or familiar with by use or experience; habituate.
acquaint to introduce, or to make familiar or accustomed to (usu. fol. by with). [1/2 definitions]
adage an old familiar saying that expresses folk wisdom; proverb.
afield off the familiar or desired track, as in speech or thought. [1/3 definitions]
bosom a welcoming, familiar place; anything likened to a mother's bosom. [1/7 definitions]
build a better mousetrap to invent or make a better product, esp. better than an old familiar one.
chatty informal or familiar in style. [1/2 definitions]
colloquial characteristic of or suited to informal or familiar conversation or to writing that is imitative of conversational tone. [1/2 definitions]
conversant familiar; acquainted; practiced (usu. fol. by with or in).
familiarity the state of being familiar or acquainted closely. [1/3 definitions]
familiarize to make (someone) familiar with or knowledgeable about something.
hobnob to keep company socially; associate on friendly and familiar terms, esp. with one's superiors.
known quantity (informal) a person, thing, attribute, or the like that is considered to be familiar or accepted. [1/2 definitions]
lad (informal) a familiar or affectionate term or form of address for a man. [1/2 definitions]
landlubber one who is not familiar with the sea or experienced in seamanship.
moniker a familiar name, esp. a nickname or alias, that is given to a person or thing.
name-dropper a person who tries to impress others by mentioning the names of important or famous people in a familiar way.
nickname a familiar or short form of a proper name, such as "Bob" for "Robert". [1/3 definitions]
on top of completely familiar with. [1/3 definitions]
overfamiliar combined form of familiar.
phrase a brief and often familiar saying or expression, sometimes overused, such as a cliché. [1/9 definitions]