To better understand the meaning of "A HABIT", certain examples of its usage are presented.
Examples from famous English prose on the use of the word "A HABIT"
"This showed something of her full lips, that she had a habit of biting when silent."
- The word/phrase "a habit" was used by "Gustave Flaubert" in "Madame Bovary".
"I suppose one gets a habit of doing without happiness or hope."
- "George Eliot" has used the a habit in the novel Middlemarch.
"Never had Legrandin's snobbishness impelled him to make a habit of visiting a duchess as such."
- To understand the meaning of a habit, please see the following usage by Marcel Proust in Remembrance of Things Past V1.
Usage of "A HABIT": Examples from famous English Poetry
- "I have a habit of conversing with strangers,"
- This term a habit was used by prabir brahmachari in the Poem Tears From The Sky - Poem.
- "I smoke as a habit,"
- This term a habit was used by supa len in the Poem A Message.
- "Living had never been just a habit I had been enjoying it,"
- This term a habit was used by Suhrud Potdar in the Poem The Day I Found Myself Dead - Poem.