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Choose the Right Synonym for wont. Noun. habit, practice, usage, custom, wont mean a way of acting fi through repetition. habit implies a doing unconsciously and often pulsively. Usage Note: The most traditionally correct pronunciations of wont are (wōnt), the mon pronunciation in Britain, sounding like the contraction won't, and (wŭnt), the historic American pronunciation, rhyming with hunt. won't - Wiktionary This page was last edited on 31 May 2019, at 12:48. Text is available under the Creative mons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. Tags: wiktionary, Wont definition, accustomed; used (usually followed by an infinitive): He was wont to rise at dawn. See more. Sometimes, when you forget to use an apostrophe, you get a word that’s just a misspelling of the original. But with won’t and wont, you get a word with its own pletely unrelated meaning.