customary condition or character: a healthy mental habitude.
a habit or custom: traditional habitudes of kindliness and courtesy.
Obsolete. familiar relationship.
- hab·i·tu·di·nal, adjective
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How to use habitude in a sentence
We set up the habitude 6 in the backyard during the early days of Oregon’s shutdown and used it daily for months, and my daughter and I never got tired of playing inside.
The abstentions indicate a curious and interesting habitude ingrained in the English Press.
Eh bien, c'est une habitude sale, dont vous devriez avoir honte!
The material they had to work upon was already democratical by instinct and habitude.An English Grammar | W. M. Baskervill and J. W. Sewell
There was at work some great solvent making into naught the dross of custom and habitude.The Long Roll | Mary Johnston
"It's never so hot on the water, Mrs. Merritt," said Mrs. Alger, with the instructiveness of an old habitude.Dr. Breen's Practice | William Dean Howells
British Dictionary definitions for habitude
rare habit or tendency
- habitudinal, adjective
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