habitual

[ huh-bich-oo-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF habitual

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"Oh, I guess it wouldn't hurt them," said Yates, with a lack of tact that was not habitual.

In Rose's eyes, the habitual look of patience and understanding deepened.

"See here, Hewson," St. John said, with his habitual lack of manners.

Vernon was silent: none of his habitual defences served him in this hour.

A shade of some habitual sternness had crept over the features.

His glance fell; his countenance resumed its habitual gloom.

"You epitomize it beautifully," said Mr. Caryll, with a reversion to his habitual manner.

Their habitual policy was safe, and, on the whole, successful.

And, with all the habitual indolence of his lounging manner, he departed.

"Guessed with your habitual perspicuity, madam," said Haggerstone, bowing.

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