They are habitual visitors to our house.
Ice and snow are a habitual sight in the north.
He suddenly dropped his habitual banter.
He’s been taken to task for his habitual lack of punctuality.
He's a habitual smoker--he always has a cigarette while having dinner.
"When she comes to the office, she gives her habitual greeting to everyone there."
He had learned from a young licentiate in law, an habitual frequenter of the courts, that Thenardier was in close confinement.
But it transforms your habitual recall.
We as humans are a very habitual species.
Habitual activities, like locking your car, fall into your implicit memory.
Lonesome George, habitual abstainer, died on June 24th, aged perhaps 100.
Whale sharks cruise on regular habitual routes between the best feeding grounds.
Habitual critics of Mr Johnson ask: what did you expect?
I see. Moblogging must have done a great favor for habitual bloggers like you.
Had he let himself get carried away, past the bounds of his habitual reserve?
The majority of participants were low habitual caffeine users, consuming no more than 100 milligrams of caffeine per day.
You're going to voyage through a land of wonders. Stunned amazement will probably be your habitual state of mind.
Phileas Fogg gazed at the tempestuous sea, which seemed to be struggling especially to delay him, with his habitual tranquillity.
Well, Mr. Ellis, we both know, don't we, that you're an habitual liar?
" When this exposure is particularly loud or prolonged or habitual, the sensory cells are damaged permanently leading to irreversible hearing loss."
Not only have we been transmogrified into habitual consumers, but we are increasingly defining ourselves and each other in terms of objects.
If eating high-calorie comfort food to alleviate stress becomes habitual, the result could be an average weight gain of 11 pounds per year.
Half a dozen comfortable market-men, who were habitual callers at the Quiet Woman as they passed by in their carts, were partial to the topic.
By exploring how we interface with these technologies, we could step out of our habitual, almost machine-like behavior and finally find common ground between each other.
The liftman slammed the gates, touched a button and instantly dropped back into the droning twilight of the well, the twilight of his own habitual stupor.
Being interested in the relationship of language and thought, Whorf developed the idea that the structure of language determines the structure of habitual thought in a society.
When people drive familiar routes, they can go on autopilot, an habitual state of mind that suppresses their ability to remember they had made a plan, he said.