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Habitable
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Habitable: A dwelling place. Chaucer. Southey.
Habitan
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Habitan: Dwelling abode residence. [Obs.] Spenser.
Habitancy
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Habitancy: Same as Inhabitancy.
Habitant
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Habitant: An inhabitant a dweller. Milton. Pope. Etym: [F. pron. (] An inhabitant or resident a name applied to and denoting farmers of French descent or origin in Canada
Habitat
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Habitat: (Biol.) The natural abode, locality or region of an animal or plant. Place where anything is commonly found. This word has its habitat in Oxfordshire. Earle.
Habitation
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Habitation: The act of inhabiting state of inhabiting or dwelling, or of being inhabited occupancy. Denham. Place of abode settled dwelling 6. residence 7. house. 8. The
Habitator
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Habitator: A dweller an inhabitant. [Obs.] Sir T. Browne.
Habited
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Habited: Clothed arrayed dressed as, he was habited like a shepherd. Fixed by habit 6. accustomed. [Obs.] So habited he was in sobriety. Fuller. 7. Inhabited. [Archaic]
Habitual
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Habitual: Formed or acquired by habit or use. An habitual knowledge of certain rules and maxims. South. According to habit established by habit customary constant 6. as,
Habitual criminal
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Habitual criminal: Repeat offender, lawbreaker who continually reverts to criminal activity
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