habits[ hab-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF habits
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They thought their own habits and customs just a trifle better than those of anybody else.
Old age and decay, bad enough in themselves, we intensify by our habits of mind.
But the gentler fibers of the man were atrophied by the habits of a lifetime.
"The less said about Palmer's habits the better," flashed Christine.
The Onondaga let his pipe go out while he explained the winter habits of moose.
Not only did his dialect differ from those about him, but his habits were not those of a woodsman.
It indicates, therefore, the man's habits and his mode of life.
I cannot exist without my friends, my habits and my pot-au-feu.
For a man of my habits, who kept clear of drink, I was now rich.
It was nocturnal in its habits, and somewhat addicted to dancing and the theft of children.