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  • habit Habit is a tendency or inclination toward an action or condition, which by repetition has become easy, spontaneous, or even unconscious, or an action or regular series of actions, or a condition so induced. Custom is the uniform doing of the same act in the same circumstance for a definite reason; routine is the doing of customary acts in a regular and uniform sequence and is more mechanical than custom. It is the custom of tradesmen to open at a uniform hour, and to follow a regular routine of business until closing-time. Habit always includes an involuntary tendency, natural or acquired, greatly strengthened by frequent repetition of the act, and may be uncontrollable, or even unconscious. Habit ude is habit ual relation or association. Custom is chiefly used of the action of many; habit of the action of one; we speak of the customs of society, the habit s of an individual. Fashion is the generally recognized custom in the smaller matters, especially in dress. A rule is prescribed either by some external authority or by one's own will; as, it is the rule of the house; or, I make it my invariable rule. System is the coordination of many acts or things into a unity, and is more and better than routine. Use and usage denote the manner of using something; we speak of one person's use of language, but of the usage of many; a use or usage is almost always a habit . Practise is the active doing of something in a systematic way; we do not speak of the practise, but of the habit of going to sleep; we speak of a tradesman's custom, a lawyer's or a physician's practise. Educationally, practise is the voluntary and persistent attempt to make skill a habit ; as, practise in penmanship. Wont is blind and instinctive habit like that which attaches an animal to a locality: the word is now almost wholly poetic. Compare DRESS.
  • hebe Hungry, tired and especially thirsty, he lost no time in falling to, and so intent was he upon the good cheer before him that for a time the Hebe became aggrieved at the thought that the extra attention to her personal appearance had been thrown away, and the aid of curling tongs and smart ribbon been invoked to no purpose.
  • hebrew The Hebrew race was to learn its need of Him, and in Him to recover its freedom.
  • herb The following charming lines refer to the ceremony, and are translated from the German poet, and given in Chambers's "Book of Days," so we may infer that the same superstition prevails in that country:- "The young maid stole through the cottage door, And blushed as she sought the plant of power: 'Thou silver glow-worm, oh, lend me thy light, I must gather the mystic St. John's wort to-night- The wonderful herb , whose leaf will decide If the coming year shall make me a bride.
  • herbart He agreed with Herbart regarding the philosophy of apperception so far as it related to intellectual culture, but he painted Jo entirely out of harmony with Herbart 's psychology in relation to soul development.
  • herbert Instead he looked across to Wantele: I wonder if you remember that curious phrase of George Herbert ?
  • herder At Strasburg he became acquainted with Herder , who directed his attention to Shakespeare.
  • hereto He said to M. de Barbaro, You had better invite the count and his son to dinner hereto -morrow.
  • sherbet The slaves who attended upon them were ready to obey their slightest wishes, running eagerly to fetch coffee or fruit, or a kind of sherbet which was very pleasant to drink during the heat of the day.
  • Howbeit But the witness which I receive is not from man: howbeit I say these things, that ye may be saved.
  • Hubert In 1733 Hubert Gravelot was invited from France by Du Bosc to help in illustrating Picart's Religious Ceremonies.
  • Hebert Louis Hebert commanding-4th Ark.
  • herbs That it would be easier than digging roots and gathering herbs , so this man caught and ate slow-moving animals.

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