habit[ hab-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF habit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HABIT
In you I was sure of a mind strong enough to break the fetters of habit.
It was his habit to affect that he constantly forgot his mother's name.
She was not a woman in the habit of reasoning, and had no conception of the difficulties in his way.
I am in the habit of boarding at a quiet house kept by a widow.
At first you kept on wondering what the joke was, till you saw it was only a habit Sarah had.
She lived by habit, by the punctual fulfillment of her expectation.
To the material alone we are in the habit of ascribing power.
We form a habit of conquering as insistent as any other habit.
Aggie demanded, with that slangy diction which was her habit.
It is an English habit to rail at the lavish expenditure of the French Government.