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absenteeism habitual or repeated absence from a place where regular attendance is required, such as work or school.
accustomed habitual; characteristic. [1/2 definitions]
alcoholism a pathological condition resulting from habitual overuse of alcoholic beverages, characterized by dependence on alcohol, difficulty in functioning properly, and severe withdrawal symptoms when alcohol use is stopped.
doormat one who is a habitual victim of others. [1/2 definitions]
drug abuse the use of illegal drugs, especially in a habitual or harmful way, or the use of any drug in doses or for purposes outside their intended medical use.
frequent regular or habitual. [1/3 definitions]
habit-forming tending to become habitual or addictive, as a drug.
head (slang) a habitual user of illegal drugs, or an enthusiast (often used in combination). [1/19 definitions]
mannerism a distinctive and habitual behavioral characteristic. [1/2 definitions]
mechanism automatic or habitual behavior or response, esp. elaborated patterns of self-protective thought and feeling. [1/4 definitions]
negligence disregard of, omission of, or failure to do something necessary; carelessness or neglect, esp. when it is habitual. [1/2 definitions]
number (slang) a characteristic, habitual behavior, argument, or the like. [1/18 definitions]
opportunism an act or the habitual practice of taking advantage of situations for one's own ends without considering principles or the effects on others.
outlaw one whose activities repeatedly violate the law; habitual criminal. [1/5 definitions]
oversleep to sleep beyond the intended or habitual time of waking. [1/2 definitions]
practice an activity that is habitual or customary. [1/11 definitions]
praxis habitual or usual practice or custom. [1/2 definitions]
recur to appear again or repeatedly, as a word in a text, a habitual behavior, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
reflex a habitual response. [1/7 definitions]
substance abuse habitual or harmful use of drugs, alcohol, or other substances that cause heightened mood or loss of inhibition, and which are usually addictive.
temper a habitual state of mind or manner of feeling. [1/11 definitions]