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accustomed in the habit of (usu. fol. by "to"). [1/2 definitions]
addict one who depends on or craves a habit-forming substance, such as a drug. [2/4 definitions]
Anglicism a habit, idea, or the like that is typically English. [1/2 definitions]
austerity (usu. pl.) an austere or ascetic habit, custom, or act. [1/3 definitions]
bruxism the unconscious habit of grinding one's teeth, either while sleeping or waking.
crib-biting the habit of horses to bite at wood, as of a stall or feed trough, and swallow harmful amounts of air while doing so.
cure to cause to recover completely from an undesirable condition, such as a disease, disability, or bad habit. [1/7 definitions]
depravity an immoral, corrupt, or depraved act or habit. [1/2 definitions]
eccentricity an odd or peculiar behavior, habit, interest, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
frock a coarse, long robe with large sleeves, worn by monks; habit. [1/4 definitions]
fuckup (vulgar slang) one who bungles, esp. as a habit. [1/2 definitions]
gluttony the habit or an instance of excessive eating and drinking.
habitual in accordance with habit; customary. [2/3 definitions]
idiosyncrasy a characteristic of temperament, habit, or physical structure particular to a given individual or group; peculiarity. [1/2 definitions]
inveterate persisting in a habit, action, feeling, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
lisp the action, habit, or sound of uttering these pronunciations. [1/3 definitions]
one-upmanship the method, practice, or habit of always trying to surpass or gain an advantage over others so as not to be bettered.
orientation the direction taken by a tendency, habit, pattern of thought, or preference. [1/5 definitions]
patina an appearance or air derived from long habit or an established role. [1/4 definitions]
-phyte a plant having the characteristic or growth habit specified. [1/2 definitions]
pipit any of several small, brownish, insect-eating songbirds characterized by a streaked breast, slender bill, and the habit of walking instead of hopping.