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  • adj. Obsolete form of habitual.

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Examples

  • To say nothing of the Weight upon the Spiritts at firste, from Change of Ayre, and Diet, and Scene, and Loss of habituall Exercise and Companie and householde Cares.

    Mary Powell & Deborah's Diary

  • And thus it comes to passe that excessive desire of Revenge, when it becomes habituall, hurteth the organs, and becomes Rage: That excessive love, with jealousie, becomes also Rage:

    Leviathan

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