habituated

[ huh-bich-oo-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF habituated
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He still held his big voice to a softer modulation than that to which it was habituated.

She had become so habituated to his presence that she was quite at her ease, and treated him as a comrade.

Those who are habituated to the—ha—Marshalsea, are pleased to call me its father.

And to this same practice he has habituated those about him.

Of course, these remarks apply only to those not habituated to long fasts.

Cicero was now habituated to that fear, and was willing to face it.

Habituated only to the smiles of my father, how could I support his frowns?

She should be strong, too, habituated to physical hardship, as our Western girls are.

But these Uri cannot be habituated to man or made tractable, not even when young.

He, however, was habituated to her ways and went on talking.

WORD ORIGIN

1520s, from Latin habituatus, past participle of habituare "to bring into a condition or habit of the body," from habitus (see habit (n.)). Related: Habituated; habituating.

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