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Synonyms for habitue

frequent visitor


Synonyms for habitue

a regular patron

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Certainly he is remembered for as a regular habitue of the annual Keith Folk Festival and is said to be a fine performer of Drumdelgie an interminable dirge about hard times down on the farm.
habitue of chimp-snacks, cartoon panels, vaudeville skits.
Fellowes, a Tory peer and country house habitue, knows that but still paints a rosy, sentimental picture of life in t'Big House "It's only entertainment," I hear you say.
Late at night they tend to behave like animals, but in the morning they look like bloodless carcasses" An unnamed Edinburgh Fringe habitue justifying the name of a new members' bar there as The Abattoir "When we did Jeeves And Wooster in the 1980s, Hugh Laurie, who was Bertie, had attended Eton but we still got complaints that his accent was too suburban" Actor Stephen Fry "The bulk of my 55 movies have leaned towards the dramatic but that doesn't mean I don't like comedy.
a chimneysweep & methadone clinic habitue in shamrock-
en los que te reconoci habitue, perdida de todo y salida de mi 69
Chaque habitue, par son individualite et son rythme de frequentation, concourt a modeler le pub qu'il frequente.
The former habitue of Ascot, Belmont Park and Nad Al Sheba takes on 13 rivals in the Arena Leisure Novice' Hurdle at
And Campus habitue and mentor Sandy Bodecker has just been named to the high post of Nike Czar.
Days piled high collapse and How colourfully each other self unwinds (all works 2005)--her titles are taken from Dada poetry by Emmy Hennings, a Monte Verita habitue and one of the founders of the Cabaret Voltaire--are the most resonant depictions here of the wistful atmosphere of the mountain, successfully rendered through the prism of more familiar visions of its distant cousins of '60s counterculture.
Although the team of October 11, 1958, was rooted to the bottom of the table, even the most pessimistic habitue of the Gwaldys Street end, could not have predicted the headline in that night's pink Echo.
I was a poker player, a habitue of gambling dens, and I also spent much time among criminals.
Midnight Blue is Washington, DC vets Curtis Pope (trumpet), Selena McDay (vocals), and Artie Sherman (vocals, Hammond B3), each a habitue of the District's blues haunts for decades.
Scenes from the Studio (clockwise from top): Andy Warhol, Calvin Klein, Brooke Shields, and 54 cofounder Steve Rubell at the club's 1981 reopening after Rubell served time for tax evasion; designer Halston escorts Elizabeth Taylor; pop superstars Olivia Newton-John and Elton John show off their late-'70s duds; Liza Minnelli hangs with Mikhail Baryshnikov; Divine (lower left) gets down with 54 habitue Grace Jones (center).
As preposterous as this appears to those living here in the cinematic tundra, to Vancouver-born actor/director Jason Priestly, a habitue of Los Angeles, it defies logic.