Definition of Habituated

Common misspellings:
  • habitated (100.0%)
  • habitate (0.0%)
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Examples of usage:
  1. But our subjects are so habituated to associate with us as equals that any defeat whatever that clashes with their notions of justice whether it proceeds from a legal judgment or from the power which our empire gives us makes them forget to be grateful for being allowed to retain most of their possessions and more vexed at a part being taken than if we had from the first cast law aside and openly gratified our covetousness - The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides

  2. Speech grew slowly and mankind now a speaking animal had centuries nay epochs in which to become habituated to the longwindedness that Job accepted as a matter of course in Eliphaz Bildad and Zophar - The Perfect Gentleman by Ralph Bergengren

  3. Readers of vulgar and mean Tastes may relish Rhime best and so may Some even of the best Taste because they have been habituated to it - The Preface to the Aeneis of Virgil (1718) by Joseph Trapp