inveterate[ in-vet-er-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF inveterate
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But of all others, they are the most inveterate, which are produced on account of religion.
The result was, that he more than recovered his possessions, and died an inveterate miser.
But why then, will you say, are they so inveterate against it?
Yet his inveterate surliness the rascal could not wholly conquer.
The lower classes all over the country are inveterate thieves.
She seems so inveterate too; she'll not give you up, very probably.
There was, however, one real and valid reason for this inveterate jealousy.
He wrote to her that no one but an inveterate enemy could say he had got his promotion by favour.
He thought of Bette, the inveterate explainer and double-take expert.
They are the most inveterate house-breakers and dangerous criminals.
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