3. Habit is habit, and not to be flung out of the window by any man, but coaxed downstairs a step a time.
7. The habit carries over from my childhood.
8. We've fallen into the habit of getting up late on Saturday mornings.
9. Habit is second nature.
10. After his divorce he reverted to his old habit of drinking.
11. They also have the irritating habit of interrupting.
12. Habits cures habit.
13. He has the irritating habit of smoking during meals.
14. The life of people is habit to those who are not used to the habit of habit.
15. Increasingly, smoking is regarded as an anti-social habit.
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16. I'm trying to break the habit of staying up too late.
17. Washing up before dinner is a good habit.
18. I've got into the habit of turning on the TV as soon as I get home.
19. Regular exercise is a good habit for kids to develop.
20. He has the habit of making notes on the margin while reading.
21. Habit cures habit.
22. I'd prefer you not to make a habit of it.
23. Life has a nasty habit of repeating itself.
24. Getting up early is a very good habit.
25. It's a good habit to go for a walk after supper.
26. We strongly advise you to rid yourself of the bad habit of smoking.
27. Unable to defeat him by logical discussion, she fell back on her old habit of criticizing his speech.
28. Advertising is a potent force in showing smoking as a socially acceptable habit.
29. Love is an art of endless forgiveness, a tender look which becomes a habit.
30. Not bad science knowledge, but not knowledge; does not do bad things, and only do good things. No change of habit, only to correct attitude; did not break down over the threshold, only the legs up.
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