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  • I had the habit of it. (10)
  • I suppose it is a habit. (10)
  • Had you the habit of prayer! (10)
  • Habit enabled him to gain his seat. (10)
  • The early habit of reading was wanting. (4)
  • Make a big effort and throw the habit off! (8)
  • A habit of the heart is not easily broken off. (1)
  • Birthright and habit must settle the business. (4)
  • Then the habit of a hundred death-beds helped him. (8)
  • The power of early habit only could account for it. (4)
  • They have the barbarous habit of judging by results. (10)
  • That had never been his habit, and he could not alter now. (8)
  • You have the habit in France; but like what are you treated? (10)
  • Princes have the habit, and they do it as a matter of course. (10)
  • Roderick Barclugh was not in the habit of jumping at conclusions. (18)
  • Such varieties of human nature as they are in the habit of witnessing! (4)
  • The letter was a piece of that easy diplomacy which comes from habit. (10)
  • Then I want our fellows to have the habit of speaking from the chest. (10)
  • Practically it was obedient, for it had got the habit of supplying her. (10)
  • He had at least lost the habit of me, and that says much in such matters. (9)
  • And some never get over their habit of making everything French Renaissance. (13)
  • I am not in the habit of being addressed in the style he has chosen to adopt. (19)
  • Then, the habit of a lifetime catching him by the throat, he stayed motionless. (8)
  • They felt themselves conspirators, and of conspiracy they had never had the habit. (8)
  • But she lingered to tuck him in a little, from the persistence of the mother habit. (9)
  • He had a habit of dallying with an evil passion till it boiled over and possessed him. (10)
  • But his words fastened the heavy land on her spirit, knocked at the habit of obedience. (10)
  • In the hall Shelton went from force of habit to the weighing-scales and took his weight. (8)
  • I was thus fairly launched into my inveterate habit, and nothing could arrest my progress. (6)
  • The only aristocratic trait they could find in his character was a habit of drinking Madeira. (8)
  • When Gregory received this letter he was working on the case of a woman with the morphia habit. (8)
  • His habit of obedience, pride of apprehension, and the time to catch the train, forbade inquiry. (10)
  • To be sure, young Mont had formed a habit of appearing on his motor-cycle almost every other day. (8)
  • There was an implication in his cool tone that no grown man indulged himself in that boyish habit. (13)
  • During his covert shoots the Squire had the habit of recording his impressions in a mental note-book. (8)
  • It was his habit to call himself a poor man, and it was his dream that Rose should marry a rich one. (10)
  • And as though in the habit of taking each other home every night they went out and stepped into the cab. (8)
  • He forgot his contempt for that American habit of pull which he had much deplored in studio discussions. (13)
  • Stephen stared; he regretted sincerely that his legal habit of mind had made him put the case so clearly. (8)
  • The gulf fixed by class and habit between soul and human soul yawned before Felix as it had never before. (8)
  • Their respectability was as dear to her as her own, and a daily intercourse had become precious by habit. (4)
  • Being old, and lonely, she has that habit of talking to herself, distressing to those who cannot overhear. (8)
  • It ought to have been a habit with him by this time, of following his duty, instead of consulting expediency. (4)
  • I shall not pretend to offer you advice, for I have the habit of thinking your judgement can stand by itself. (10)
  • He was now eager to be gone; he had broken with habit, and he wished to put all traces of the past out of sight. (9)
  • Miss Darcy, though with a diffidence which marked her little in the habit of giving invitations, readily obeyed. (4)
  • Mrs. Bennet was not in the habit of walking; Mary could never spare time; but the remaining five set off together. (4)
  • Barto had fallen into the Southern habit of assuming ease in quasi-rhetorical sentences, but with wary eyes over them. (10)
  • We have encouraged by irritating them to practise it, until it has become a habit, an hereditary profession with them. (10)
  • The mere habit of learning to love is the thing; and a teachableness of disposition in a young lady is a great blessing. (4)
  • They replied, that the long habit of dealing with scales enabled them to weigh the value of evidence the most delicate. (10)
  • He had sat down with his hat on, as his absent-minded habit was, and he now braced his knees against the edge of the table. (9)
  • Consider, then, mercifully the wrath of him on whom carelessness or forgetfulness has brought a snap in the links of Habit. (10)
  • In the process of time he came so far to trust his experience of me, that he formed the habit of giving me an annual supper. (9)
  • There was a canonical day for consultation; such was the ancestral habit, to which a respectable lady must study to conform. (2)
  • Shelton paused in the assimilation of asparagus; he, too, had been in the habit of admiring Jellaby, but now he wondered why. (8)
  • The habit of not screaming, however, prevailed, and she made a tolerably successful effort to treat him with decent composure. (9)
  • Powers Jackson had carefully made such provision for her as would enable her to continue this habit as long as she might live. (13)
  • The natural result of this habit of ascending to a superlunary home, was the loss of an exact sense of how she was behaving below. (10)
  • I shall give an instance of this habit of interruption, and let the unhappy wight who has filled such an office as mine pity my woes. (6)
  • In the second place his programme, which he was not in the habit of changing except for catastrophes, demanded his departure for England. (12)
  • Her naughtiness provoked first, and then affected Amalia; in this mood the duchess had the habit of putting on a grand air of pitying sadness. (10)
  • After a space of waiting, Georgiana clutched the wraps about her throat and head, and impetuously followed her brother, as her habit had always been. (10)
  • To these little solemn delicious creatures, all front and no behind, the philosophic eye, with its habit of looking round the corner, was clearly detestable. (8)
  • Another worrying habit he had, too, that of apparently not distinguishing between them and any tramps or strangers who might happen along and come across him. (8)
  • Fortunately for them, young men have not the habit of reflecting upon the indigestion of ideas they receive from members of their community, sometimes upon exchange. (10)
  • He was in the habit of uttering his calculations half aloud, wherein the prophetic doubts of experience, and the succulent insinuations of appetite, contended hotly. (10)
  • Mrs. Lovell had the habit of looking at her with an extraordinary directness, an expressionless dissecting scrutiny, that was bewildering and confusing to the country damsel. (22)

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