See also:condition of
See also:body or mind, especially one that has become permanent or settled by
See also:custom or persistent repetition, hence custom, usage . In botany and zoology the
See also:term is used both in the above sense of instinctive
See also:action of animals and tendenciesof
See also:plants, and also of the manner of growth or
See also:external appearance of a plant or animal . From the use of the word for external appearances comes its use for fashion in
See also:dress, and hence as a term for a
See also:riding dress and for the particular
See also:form of garment adopted by the members of a religious
See also:order, like "
See also:cowl " applied as the mark of a
See also:monk or nun .
WILLIAM HABINGTON (1605-1654)
HABITAT (a French word derived from habiter, Lat. h...
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