Pronunciation of Habit
/h_ˈa_b_ɪ_t/, /hˈabɪt/, /hˈabɪt/
Antonyms for habit:
newfangled contraption, un-conventionality, oddity, in-congruities, queernesses, unconventionality, modernity, modernism, un naturalness, un orthodoxy, nakedness, bizarreness, un naturalnesses, outlandishnesses, in-congruity, looseness, nudity, exposure, sur prise, oddness, non conformity, non-conformities, un-familiarities, ex-cess, recentnesses, un conventionalities, modernization, modernizations, disinclination, un-orthodoxy, in-novation, freakishnesses, in congruities, un orthodoxies, extra-ordinarinesses, oddnesses, in novations, modernisms, extra ordinariness, extra-ordinariness, un familiarity, bareness, sur-prise, sur-prises, irregularity, innovation, ex-cesses, in congruity, conversation piece, un-naturalnesses, freakishness, newfangled contraptions, un-orthodoxies, conversation pieces, un-conformity, ex cess, unorthodoxies, unconventionalities, extraordinarinesses, dislike, Oddities, in-novations, queerness, outlandishness, un-naturalness, un-conventionalities, in novation, unconformities, mutation, loosenesses, hate, innovativeness, un familiarities, bizarrenesses, extra ordinarinesses, dishabille, extraordinariness, sur prises, un-conformities, modernities, strangeness, Unconformity, un conventionality, crazies, vicissitude.
Usage examples for habit:
- It was a habit of his to forget that she was a woman. - "Riders of the Silences", Max Brand.
- She had a habit of going when and where she pleased. - "Mary Rose of Mifflin", Frances R. Sterrett.
- I think I told you and Steve that you was to do just as you'd been in the habit of doin'. - "Cap'n Warren's Wards", Joseph C. Lincoln.
Idioms for habit:
Quotes for habit:
Excess on occasion is exhilarating. It prevents moderation from acquiring the deadening effect of a habit.– W. Somerset Maugham
Rhymes for habit:
- cabot, abbott, abbot;
- inhabit, cohabit;