How Do You Spell HABITUDE?

Correct spelling for the English word "habitude" is [h_ˈa_b_ɪ_t_j_ˌuː_d], [hˈabɪtjˌuːd], [hˈabɪtjˌuːd]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Usage Examples for HABITUDE

  1. She prescribed the limits to her empire not upon principles of treaty convention possession usage habitude the distinction of tribes nations or languages but by physical aptitudes - "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VI. (of 12)" by Edmund Burke
  2. It's never so hot on the water Mrs Merritt said Mrs Alger with the instructiveness of an old habitude - "Entire PG Edition of The Works of William Dean Howells" by William Dean Howells
  3. At the weekly dinner whither I repaired as usual from long habitude rather than inclination I felt feverish and uncomfortable an insatiable thirst made me drink rather more than my wont and in the course of the evening I sank into a heavy bilious slumber - "Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Vol. XX" by Alexander Leighton
  4. One final word on the other matters the 'worldly matters' I shall own I alluded to them rather ostentatiously because because that would be the one poor sacrifice I could make you one I would cheerfully make but a sacrifice and the only one this careless 'sweet habitude of living' this absolute independence of mine which if I had it not my heart would starve and die for I feel and which I have fought so many good battles to preserve for that has happened too this light rational life I lead and know so well that I lead this I could give up for nothing less than what you know but I would give it up not for you merely but for those whose disappointment might re act on you and I should break no promise to myself the money getting would not be for the sake of it 'the labour not for that which is nought' indeed the necessity of doing this if at all now was one of the reasons which make me go on to that last request of all at once one must not be too old they say to begin their ways - "The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1 (of 2) 1845-1846" by Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett
  5. Such was his love of life of what he called the sweet habitude of being - "Hyperion" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow