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Synonyms for habituate

Synonyms for habituate

to make familiar through constant practice or use

Synonyms for habituate

take or consume (regularly or habitually)

make psychologically or physically used (to something)

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Through interviews with both real and imagined women, the book explores a number of societies, showing how in each one, starting in childhood, the woman habituates the glass corridors through which she must learn to move.
wig, gown and fall apart, bears scant resemblance to the Scottish Silk, dour or douce, who normally habituates the ringing stone passages and panelled justice halls of Edinburgh's High Court of Justiciary.
After a series of such stimuli, the snail habituates, ignoring the water jets.
Previous research has shown that the normal human fetus habituates, but habituation rates are altered if the fetus is exposed to reduced oxygen levels, maternal smoking, maternal sedatives, and impaired fetal growth," he added.
Washington, Sept 15 ( ANI ): Foetuses exposed to heavy binge drinking by their mums while still in the womb require significantly more trials to habituate and also exhibit a greater variability in test performance, a new study has revealed.