habitually[ huh-bich-oo-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF habitually
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HABITUALLY
His feelings were habitually manifested by the agitation of his limbs.
Mrs. James, habitually doleful, punctuated her speech with sniffs.
This was said with perfect sincerity, for Wilkie was habitually modest.
The King was habitually melancholy, and liked everything which recalled the idea of death, in spite of the strongest fears of it.
I should not like to take it habitually, nevertheless it is not disagreeable.
Mr. Lavender, who habitually spoke, the truth, looked at him with a sort of horror.
Can you destroy the future for a race that habitually goes backwards?
There were chambers where he habitually dwelt, and these she never entered at all.
It must be remembered that a soldier must habitually sleep in his clothes.
I should be surprised to hear that he habitually dresses for dinner.