accustomed; used (usually fol. by an infinitive):He was wont to rise at dawn.
custom; habit; practice:It was her wont to walk three miles before breakfast.
to accustom (a person), as to a thing.
to render (a thing) customary or usual (usually used passively).
[Archaic.]to be wont.
1300–50; (adjective, adjectival) Middle English wont, woned, Old English gewunod, past participle of gewunian to be used to (see won2); cognate with German gewöhnt; (verb, verbal) Middle English, back formation from wonted or wont (past participle); (noun, nominal) apparently from conflation of wont (past participle) with obsolete wone wish, in certain stereotyped phrases
1.See corresponding entry in Unabridged habituated, wonted.
2.See corresponding entry in Unabridged use.
1.See corresponding entry in Unabridged unaccustomed.
won't(wōnt, wunt),USA pronunciation
Pronounscontraction of will not: He won't see you now.