Definition of Habitually. Meaning of Habitually. Synonyms of Habitually

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Definition of Habitually

Habitually
Habitual Ha*bit"ual (?; 135), a. [Cf. F. habituel, LL. habituals. See Habit, n.] 1. Formed or acquired by habit or use. An habitual knowledge of certain rules and maxims. --South. 2. According to habit; established by habit; customary; constant; as, the habiual practice of sin. It is the distinguishing mark of habitual piety to be grateful for the most common and ordinary blessings. --Buckminster. Syn: Customary; accustomed; usual; common; wonted; ordinary; regular; familiar. -- Ha*bit"u*al*ly, adv. -- Ha*bit"u*al*ness, n.

Meaning of Habitually from wikipedia

- to mark a habitual grammatical aspect not explicitly distinguished in Standard English. For example, to be singing means to sing habitually, not to presently...
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- The conditional perfect is a grammatical construction that combines the conditional mood with perfect aspect. A typical example is the English would have...
- A slacker is someone who habitually avoids work or lacks work ethic. According to different sources, the term slacker dates back to about 1790 or 1898...
- expressed in different ways depending on whether the event is continuous or habitual. For a continuous action (one that was in progress at a particular time...