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quit to desist from or stop an activity, occupation, habit, or the like. [1/7 definitions]
relapse to revert, esp. to a former negative condition, habit, or mode of conduct. [1/4 definitions]
renounce to give up (a habit, practice, or the like). [1/5 definitions]
resort to go to or attend frequently or by habit. [1/5 definitions]
rote unthinking or mechanical routine or habit. [1/3 definitions]
second nature an acquired habit, characteristic, or skill that has been practiced so often that it appears to be part of one's nature.
secrecy the tendency or habit of keeping things secret. [1/2 definitions]
slave one who is a captive of some habit or other influence. [1/4 definitions]
slide to acquire a habit or reach a condition gradually. [1/14 definitions]
solipsism the self-centered habit of interpreting and judging all things exclusively according to one's own concepts of meaning and value. [1/2 definitions]
somniloquy the act or habit of talking in one's sleep.
squint the act or habit, or an instance of narrowing the eyes. [1/6 definitions]
status symbol a possession, habit, lifestyle, or practice regarded as a mark of social status, esp. of high status.
tipple1 to drink alcoholic liquor, esp. to excess or as a habit. [1/3 definitions]
trick an odd or unusual behavioral habit; mannerism. [1/15 definitions]
used familiar with; accustomed to; in the habit of (followed by "to"). [1/2 definitions]
wean to cause to be free of a habit, activity, or the like, often by means of a distraction or substitute. [1/3 definitions]
wont in the habit of; accustomed to. [2 definitions]