noun, plural ha·bit·u·és [huh-bich-oo-eyz, -bich-oo-eyz; French a-bee-twey] /həˈbɪtʃ uˌeɪz, -ˌbɪtʃ uˈeɪz; French a biˈtweɪ/.
Origin of habitué
Examples from the Web for habitue
Historical Examples of habitue
My hypothesis is that she was an habitue of this place, as also was Mrs. Vernon.The Yellow Claw
It is enough to mention Mrs. Farquhar's name to an habitue of the Springs.Their Pilgrimage
Charles Dudley Warner
Especially, I would say, is this the attitude of the habitue of Montmartre.Europe Revised
Irvin S. Cobb
Once he found Rodney Page there, lounging about with the manner of a habitue.Dangerous Days
Mary Roberts Rinehart
But this type of European never becomes an habitue; the habitue always sleeps.Dope
Word Origin for habitué
1818, from French habitué, noun use of past participle of habituer "accustom," from Late Latin habituari (see habituate).