Prepositions after "unaccustomed"
unaccustomed to or in?
|In 98% of cases unaccustomed to is used|
|unaccustomed to anything over 4.|
|He is unaccustomed to her accent.|
|I am unaccustomed to such delicate state.|
|unaccustomed to the clutch, the men would drive the hiccuping car away in the dust.|
|Overloaded, poorly maintained vehicles, unaccustomed to summer heat, can break down.|
|The book offers good, down-to-Earth advice that I imagine is helpful to men who are unaccustomed to childcare.|
|I'd sorry that you can't answer the charge because you're unaccustomed to dealing with different words at once.|
|I would not go there if you are unaccustomed to areas of financial impoverishment and are worried about safety.|
|unaccustomed to this outr ritual, but determined to do in Paris what the Parisians do, I started doing the same.|
|In 1% of cases unaccustomed in is used|
|The effect, of both these organisational and sporting triumphs, was a national good mood so unaccustomed in many it prompted suspicion and unease.|
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