On the side were the words “It Is What It Is,” a phrase that Cathy happens to use, inveterately.
And then inveterately, before she could say—he enjoyed so much coming to this: "What will have squared Lady Castledean?"
She hasn't been anything whatever, I surmise, that she has not inveterately been.
When they came to the milestone, there sat the gray man, cracking away as inveterately as ever.
The Indians pursued them inveterately, and soon all were killed or taken.
If she did, she would probably seek to check the first faint revivings of cheerfulness in her inveterately gay spirit.
You are an inveterately bad girl, and a false sister, and I have done with you.
He starts at chance noises as inveterately as Laura herself.
She inveterately accused persons of being persons, and brought them to her judgment bar to account for themselves.
No: my hands were too white, my manners too inveterately gentleman-like, for all artisan disguise.
inveterate in·vet·er·ate (ĭn-vět'ər-ĭt)
Firmly and long established; deep-rooted.
Persisting in an ingrained habit; habitual.