habituated


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Synonyms for habituated

in the habit

subject to a disease or habit for a long time

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At first I had a shivering horror of the brutes, felt all too keenly that they were still brutes; but insensibly I became a little habituated to the idea of them, and moreover I was affected by Montgomery's attitude towards them.
I say I became habituated to the Beast People, that a thousand things which had seemed unnatural and repulsive speedily became natural and ordinary to me.
A very sweet reflection to poor fellows habituated to respect and obedience towards the underlings of the sergeants of the bailiff of Sainte-Geneviève, the cardinal's train-bearer.
It may be observed in this place, lest the fact of Mr Brass calling a lady a rascal, should occasion any wonderment or surprise, that he was so habituated to having her near him in a man's capacity, that he had gradually accustomed himself to talk to her as though she were really a man.
His life is mostly devoted to carrying bulky panniers and packages which rest against his body--therefore he is habituated to taking the outside edge of mountain paths, to keep his bundles from rubbing against rocks or banks on the other.
Excepting a few provincialisms of slight consequence, you have no marks of the manners which I am habituated to consider as peculiar to your class.
But the earnest desire to look on blood and death, is not peculiar to those dark ages; though in the gladiatorial exercise of single combat and general tourney, they were habituated to the bloody spectacle of brave men failing by each other's hands.
A Brontok Eagle ( Nisaetus cirrhatus ), ready to be released into the wild after being habituated for almost a week at Flora Fauna Station - Bunder Forest Park, Gunung Kidul.
So, people of the Ganges and Brahmaputra basins and the remote char areas are habituated in the farming widely besides consuming it.
Following the easy steps listed in the plan can help residents can deter coyotes from becoming habituated in neighborhoods.
The habituated gorillas are tracked for 24 hours," says Kaddu Sebunya, the AWF President, who was in a team of eight that last week paid a visit to the primates that share 97 per cent of their genetic make-up with humans.
There was a well-known case of a bear who became habituated to human contact after eating food waste, began to let humans feed him and became nicknamed "Trash Bird.
It is as if the continent is solely habituated for human species.
The two finger test is used to determine if a survivor is habituated to sexual intercourse by determining if the vaginal opening is broad or narrow.
The buff-throated partridge (Tetraophasis szechenyii) is endemic to western China and is known to cooperatively breed in a population habituated to supplemental feeding by humans.