This inveterate list maker also loved minutiae; in his copious account books, he kept track of every cent he ever spent.
As an inveterate art-fair visitor, I have become obsessed by what kind of footwear to bring.
The most ridiculous character in Pay Any Price may be Dennis Montgomery, who is described as an inveterate gambler and swindler.
The inveterate self-promoter readily understood that all publicity is good publicity.
An inveterate networker, he managed to get Tennessee Williams as the chief signatory on one letter-writing campaign.
The stationmaster imparted the information to his wife; and that lady, an inveterate gossip, spread the news far and wide.
She succeeded in what is called drawing out the inveterate solitary.
An inveterate gambler, but a great sportsman, no one could have been more loyal to his Company than Jock.
But this method has against it the most inveterate habits of the mind.
Austria, on the other hand, had been an old and inveterate rival of France in the race for territorial extension.
inveterate in·vet·er·ate (ĭn-vět'ər-ĭt)
Firmly and long established; deep-rooted.
Persisting in an ingrained habit; habitual.