habitué[ huh-bich-oo-ey, -bich-oo-ey; French a-bee-twey ]SEE DEFINITION OF habitué
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HABITUÉ
My hypothesis is that she was an habitue of this place, as also was Mrs. Vernon.
It is enough to mention Mrs. Farquhar's name to an habitue of the Springs.
Especially, I would say, is this the attitude of the habitue of Montmartre.
Once he found Rodney Page there, lounging about with the manner of a habitue.
But this type of European never becomes an habitue; the habitue always sleeps.
The only real link connecting him with the West-End habitue is his wife.
It is no business of yours; you are not an habitue of the place.
Moreover, Fernanda soon after became an habitue at the dances at the Quiones' house.
The police are determined to raid one of our establishments: they adopt the course of tracking an habitue.
It was a name too often on the lips of men of fashion not to have reached the ears of an habitue of good society.