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habitual

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habitual

adjective ha·bit·u·al \hə-ˈbi-ch(ə-)wəl, ha-, -ˈbi-chəl\

: done regularly or repeatedly

: doing something regularly or repeatedly

Full Definition of HABITUAL

1
:  having the nature of a habit :  customary <habitual candor> <habitual behavior>
2
:  doing, practicing, or acting in some manner by force of habit <habitual drunkards>
3
:  resorted to on a regular basis <our habitual diet>
4
:  inherent in an individual <habitual grace>
ha·bit·u·al·ly adverb
ha·bit·u·al·ness noun

Examples of HABITUAL

  1. He was fired for his habitual lateness.
  2. They went for their habitual evening walk.

First Known Use of HABITUAL

1603

habitual

adjective ha·bit·u·al \hə-ˈbich-(ə-)wəl, ha-, -ˈbich-əl\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of HABITUAL

1
:  having the nature of a habit :  being in accordance with habit <habitual smoking>
2
:  doing, practicing, or acting in some manner by force of habit <habitual liars>
ha·bit·u·al·ly \-ē\ adverb

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