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Results for: habitual, ingrainedTranslations 1 - 30 of 35
 English English
habitual, ingrainedbred-in-the-bone
accumulated dirt, cover with grime, layer of dirt or other filth covering or ingrained in a surface, make dirty, soil, make filthygrime
alcoholic, habitual drunk, an alcoholicdipso
always present, habitual, lingering, lasting (as of an illness); constant, long-lasting, with long-term illnesschronic
annual period of sexual excitement in some animals (esp. deer); groove, furrow; routine, habitual procedure or course of action, be in a period of sexual excitement (about animals); create furrows, make grooves, be in rut, boring situation, make ruts i...rut
attempt to change habitual response, reverse training, reverse conditioningcounterconditioning
binge, broth made with pork, habitual alcohol drinker, immersing, thorough wetting, soaking; something that has been soaked in pickle (especially the ears, feet, etc. of a pig); pickling liquid, brine; drunkard (Slang); drinking binge (Slang), liquid u...souse
by custom, conventional, habitual, typical, usualcustomary
casual conversation, conversation about personal matters, habitual talker, one who gossips, one who spreads rumors; rumors, idle talk about the private affairs of others, spread rumorsgossip
cause to become dependent on, cause to become addicted to (a habit-forming substance); compulsively devote oneself to someone or something, enthusiast, one who is devoted to a certain habit; habitual drug user, somebody dependent on a drugaddict
chronic attitude of negativity; denial of conventional beliefs, doubt, habitual skepticism, persistent unreasonable defiancenegativism
citizen, resident, inhabitant, dweller, foreigner with rights of residence, habitual visitor to place, nonnative plant or animal, resident of placedenizen
commonplace activity, everyday task; habit, custom, practice; procedure that is always the same; part of a computer program containing instructions for a particular task (Computers), ordinary, usual; customary, habitual, regular pattern of behavior, re...routine
complain habitually, complain incessantly, complainer; habitual complainer, complaint, somebody incessantly complainingkvetch
domestic pigeon, drunkard, habitual drinkertippler
drug addict, druggy, habitual taker of illegal drugsdruggie
druggie, of or pertaining to drugs; of or pertaining to drug users or drug addicts, person who uses unlawful drugs, user of illegal drugs, typical of habitual drug-takerdruggy
established as true, made member of church, settled and unlikely to change, shown to be true; habitual; having gone through confirmation (religious coming of age ceremony)confirmed
familiar with, used to;adapted to, habitual, used to somethingaccustomed
fast car, habitual speeder, one who drives very quickly; fast carspeedster
firmly established, habitual, ingrained, deeply rootedinveterate
go often to place, habitual, happening often; regular; common, usual, occurring often, visit frequently, patronize, go regularly to (a certain place)frequent
habitual action, helping verb for use in a question, request or expression of desire (used to make the statement more polite), polite request, used with "if" clauseswould
habitual behaviorforce of habit
habitual behavior, way of being, inherent character; habit, customhabitude
habitual cheat at cardscardsharp; cardsharper
habitual relapse, continuous backsliding, habitual regression (esp. into a life of crime), relapsing into crimerecidivism
ingraineddeep-seated
ingrained habitsecond nature
jerky gait of a horse that is between a walk and a canter; habitual set of actionsjogtrot
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