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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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EX/RP is not merely a behavioral therapy aimed at habituating obsessions and compulsions, said Dr.
In fact, smoking's failure to intoxicate or to require an increase in dose in order to produce psychoactive effects justified, in part, the determination in the 1964 Surgeon General's report that smoking was habituating not addictive, said Johnston of RJ Reynolds.
The company believes that this lotion and its nicotine-based dietary supplements (both, according to the company, will contain nicotine levels too low to be habituating or to cause the systemic euphoric effects associated with smoking) could become blockbuster nonprescription products, producing positive cash flow even sooner than its later stage drugs since they are not subject to the FDA approval process.
The reviews have been mixed so far, with analysts opining that habituating to the bent-display could be a huge hurdle for many new users.
The recycling of Holocaust photographs over the last decades -- for documentary, educational, legal, artistic, scholarly, evocative, and identity-forming purposes -- resulted in habituating viewers to the presentation of horrors, veiling rather than revealing the specifics of the atrocity displayed.
Endovasc believes that its nutraceutical nicotine-based drinks, fitness bars or capsules (which, according to the company, will contain nicotine levels too low to be habituating or to cause the typical euphoria effects from smoking) combined with high-protein complexes could become blockbuster nonprescription products, producing positive cash flow even sooner than its later-stage drugs because they are not subject to the FDA approval process.
Pennsylvanians need to understand that habituating bears to humans can lead to conflicts and the potential for serious injury," Ternent said.