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Definition of "habiting" [habiting]

  • Present participle of habit. (verb)

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Use "habiting" in a sentence
  • "The non-religious adults and young people will increase rapidly in numbers through abandonment of Christianity, but in the process adopt lifestyles not conducive to child-bearing — co-habiting with fewer (and often more dysfunctional) children, same-sex ‘marriage’, a selfish unwillingness to go through the troubles and expense of bringing up children."
  • "Those who are most uncomfortable co-habiting are also likely to be those who see marriage as a solution and a sacrament, and divorce as a failure and a sin."
  • "This was supposed to be sattire based on the story of the woman who was co-habiting with a chimp which "went ape" and almost killed a visitor to the house."
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