noun, plural ha·bit·u·és [huh-bich-oo-eyz, -bich-oo-eyz; French a-bee-twey]. /həˈbɪtʃ uˌeɪz, -ˌbɪtʃ uˈeɪz; French a biˈtweɪ/.
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Example sentences from the Web for habitué
The spirit of our time and of our country knows no such thing, but the habitue of "society" hears constantly of "a good family."
Time after time I have seen him committed to prison, until he became a hopeless prison habitue.London's Underworld|Thomas Holmes
She was not such an habitue of the theatre as not to be intensely interested with what was enacted before her.A Book of Ghosts|Sabine Baring-Gould
We got out our bacon and crackers and enjoyed a supper that no habitue of a Delmonico could have relished more.From Bull Run to Appomattox|Luther W. Hopkins
Without being a habitue of the theater, I have enjoyed it from time to time all along my life-road.Old Times in Dixie Land|Caroline E. Merrick