Habitus [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Habitus:

I should be sorry to think that anybody attributes such conduct to the habitus of the Athenum.

The winter set in, and the habitus of the Cross-roads Post-office gathered about the glowing stove.

While awaiting their turn, the habitus form groups and confide their dreams and ideas to one another.

The habitus of the place were equally at home in talking politics, religion, or sport.

Hic breui angustoque corpore fuit: Helgonem habitus procerior cepit.

The social temptations do not exist for drug habitus as they do for alcoholics.

The habitus of the unknown coffee-house, all pretty fellows, looked upon The Student as a monthly feast of entertainment!

Among the most devoted habitus of the place was an old-school United States army officer turned writer of military stories.

Cautior quam promptior habitus est, sed insita eius ingenio prudentia ei bello, quod tum gerebatur, proprie apta erat.

At dinner each person was the centre of an expectant group of the four-footed habitus of the inn, and no one seemed to object.