Habitual [adjective]

Definition of Habitual:

usual, established

Opposite/Antonyms of Habitual:

Sentence/Example of Habitual:

If, every now and then, you open it to look at them, you can be sure to find them filling the box uniformly and going through their habitual routine—bumping into each other with random outcomes.

A man, wealthy and powerful, gets into an argument with a colleague who calls him out for being the habitual liar that he is.

Regular air travel has become habitual, he argues—at least among those who can afford it.

Through accidents of history and habitual use among consumers, it’s hard to knock big search engines off their perch.

If the environment of decision-making stays the same, your daily habitual behaviors will most likely stay the same.

That same neuroscience could explain why Zoom is so tiring when it becomes our habitual mode of communication.

Tressan was monstrous ill-at-ease, and his face lost a good deal of its habitual plethora of colour.

It nettled him; it broke down his habitual composure, and it was a relief to him when the conference came to a close.

Rounded scybalous masses are common in habitual constipation, and indicate atony of the muscular coat of the intestine.

He has spoilt any chance he had of being considered handsome by a sullen expression now habitual.