Third-person singular simple present indicative form of habit.(verb)
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Use "habits" in a sentence
"That's a long way of saying, I hope in our investigations we don't just look at the conduct, but we get, Mr. Secretary, what you call the habits and procedures that it seems to me do relate to how we win the hearts and minds of the Iraqi people; that are beyond just the bullets and the important things we're doing, but relate to this war of ideas."
"Every student of physiology is familiar with what is termed automatic action, with the tendency of cells to repeat vibrations originally set up by purposive action; thus are formed what we term habits, and we unconsciously repeat motions which at first were done with thought."
"The change in habits (and more importantly) the change in infrastructure and agricultural practices would certainly be real costs — but in terms of consumption you could keep exactly the same “standard of living.”"