Habitude

Hab"i*tude

(hb"*td), n. [F., fr. L. habitudo condition. See Habit.] 1. Habitual attitude; usual or accustomed state with reference to something else; established or usual relations. South.
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The same ideas having immutably the same habitudes one to another.
Locke.
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The verdict of the judges was biased by nothing else than their habitudes of thinking.
Landor.
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2. Habitual association, intercourse, or familiarity.
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To write well, one must have frequent habitudes with the best company.
Dryden.
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3. Habit of body or of action. Shak.
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It is impossible to gain an exact habitude without an infinite number of acts and perpetual practice.
Dryden.
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