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  • n. Plural form of habitué.


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  • A chain, to be sure -- it's all that's left -- but a book store nonetheless and I looked for whatever I could find by some of the Algonquin habitues.


  • The amusements of these habitues -- if they could be called habitues, this being their first summer -- were as varied as their tastes.

    Tides of Barnegat

  • "In that bag," he continued, "is a suit of clothes such as habitues of

    The Golden Scorpion

  • It dominated the room where eight bartenders slung out drinks of nearly five hundred varieties, and not far from it was the “free lunch” table where habitues could snack on crisp Virginia hams, Vermont turkeys, various hot delicacies in casseroles and an assorted cold buffet.

    The Waldorf-Astoria | Edwardian Promenade

  • Not only was he gambling as he had never gambled before, but he was gambling at the biggest table in the world and for stakes so large that even the case-hardened habitues of that table were compelled to sit up.

    Chapter III

  • Although habitues of Twitter will likely disagree vehemently, I think I can say with some assurance that every tweet read and replied to lessens your concentration and efficiency.

    Gene twitters his last tweet

  • This overwhelmingly liberal community is situated just west of Boston's Kenmore Square, a proximity that sometimes makes for uncomfortable encounters between drunken sports fans and nightclub habitues to the east and more pacific diners from Brookline's many vegetarian restaurants.

    As Anti-Vegan Bias Spreads, SaladShooters Fight Back

  • No word on potential special guests (recent surprise appearances at other shows include Stephen Colbert and Pee-wee Herman), but be on the lookout for tour habitues Andy Richter and "In the Year 2000" go-to guy La Bamba (aka trombonist Richie Rosenberg).

    Celebritology Weekend: Sandra Bullock goes public; Sheryl Crow welcomes new son

  • But many habitues of these markets demur at the prospect of making their own fr ...

    Flora Lazar: 4 Big Myths About Jam-Making

  • But many habitues of these markets demur at the prospect of making their own fruit preserves.

    Flora Lazar: 4 Big Myths About Jam-Making


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