Habituate in a sentence
Definition of Habituate To make accustomed; to accustom; to familiarize. | (obsolete) To settle as an inhabitant.
Short Example Sentence for Habituate
- 1. Take time to habituate him in helpfulness.
How to use Habituate in a Sentence?
- 1. You must habituate yourself to look at the moral and religious aspects and relations of all that you see and hear.
- 2. A violent exertion would be unwise, but we should habituate ourselves gradually to the exercise of our duties, and to our accustomed pursuits.
- 3. The saintly man, though descended from the great Kasyapa, must be very deficient in judgment to habituate such a maiden to the life of a recluse.
- 4. Sometimes the father or brother stops and talks business or politics with a friend; the ladies listen and thus habituate themselves to serious topics.
- 5. These and like notions have also an evident tendency to habituate the mind to false principles and processes of reasoning which unfit it for legitimate conclusions in its researches after truth.
- 6. Of course it will take a teacher who is familiar with geometry to do all that may be done by this amusement, to habituate the mind to consider and compare forms, and their relations to each other.
- 7. Once habituate yourself to a virtuous course, once secure a love of good society, and no punishment would be greater than by accident to be obliged for half a day to associate with the low and vulgar.