Habitual synonyms

hə-bĭch'o͝o-əl
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The definition of inveterate is something longstanding, ingrained or unlikely to change.
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The definition of unusual is something rare or out of the ordinary.
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Being an element; present in the essence of a thing
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Firmly established, as in a habit or condition; habitual
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Occurring often; happening repeatedly at brief intervals
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The definition of periodic is something that is recurring at regular intervals, or happens from time to time.
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The definition of continual is ongoing, or occurring frequently or without pause.
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Routine means being regular or customary.
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The definition of mechanical is something that relates to the skill or use of machinery or tools.
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Done with automatic equipment
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Done merely to discharge a duty; performed mechanically and as a thing of rote; done in a careless and superficial manner; characterized by indifference; as, perfunctory admonitions; aspiring only to minimum standards.
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Experienced, especially in terms of a profession or a hobby
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Of the nature of a habit
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Not expected to change in status, condition, or place:
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Lasting or enduring forever or for an indefinitely long time; eternal; permanent
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Of the nature of a habit
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Of the nature of a habit
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According to custom; customary; usual.
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Supplied with what one needs.
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Fixed in one position; immobile; unable to move.
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Working or done in a step-by-step manner; methodical:
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(Mathematics, stochastic processes, of a state) non-transient.
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Published at regular intervals of more than one day, especially weekly, monthly, or quarterly.
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Arranged or proceeding in regular, systematic order:
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Having been said or done again.
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Repetitious; repeating or repeated
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That involves reiteration
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Under control.
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Having been adapted to the existing environment and conditions:
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Of a religion, church etc.: formally recognized by a state as being official within that area.
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Established by convention:
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Filled with repetition, especially needless or tedious repetition.
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(Chem.) Of or relating to a major group of organic compounds, structured in closed chains, including aromatic, alicyclic, and heterocyclic compounds
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Of the nature of a habit
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Comfortable and at ease, especially after a period of change or unrest.
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The definition of trite is something that is stale or overused or cliché.
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(Printing) Printed or reproduced from stereotype plates.
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The definition of formal is something that follows rules, is a dressy or important occasion, or something that has official sanctioning or approval.
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Being physically or psychologically dependent on something.
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Of the nature of a habit
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Of the nature of a habit
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Of the nature of a habit
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Of the nature of a habit
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Commonly practiced, used, or encountered; usual.
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Usual; ordinary.
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Differing from all others; unusual:
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Forming an exception; not ordinary; uncommon; rare.
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While leaving
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Of a problem, that continues over an extended period of time.
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Remaining free from variation or change; regular; stable
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Uniform with respect to a certain characteristic
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Having no special designation, status, or rank:
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Not unusual or extreme; ordinary
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Regularly or customarily used:
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Often encountered or seen:
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Confirmed or inveterate, esp. in wrong or immoral behavior; habitual
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Conforming to the usual or ordinary course of nature:
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Familiar; unexceptional; common; average
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(Mathematics) Describing a fractal process that has a positive Brown function
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Of or pertaining to tradition; derived from tradition; communicated from ancestors to descendants by word only; transmitted from age to age without writing; as, traditional opinions; traditional customs; traditional expositions of the Scriptures.
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Customary; habitual
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Not frequent; not happening frequently.
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Created for a special occasion:
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usual, established
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Stopping and starting at intervals; coming after a particular time span; not steady or constant
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Infrequent; rare:
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Excellent; extraordinary:
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Strange; remarkable; extraordinary
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Subject to a disease or habit for a long time
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Subject to a disease or habit for a long time
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