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Correct spelling for HABITAD

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  • Habitat(Definition of habitat)
  • The animal finding the habitat no longer conducive to its well being may migrate singly or in bunches to another environment.

  • Hatted(Definition of hatted)
  • Once a curiously-hatted policeman stared blankly at them under an arc lamp as the staff car clanked and rumbled past him.

  • Habitats
  • But it is a great distance-like the crossing of a vast continent between the habitats of alien races.

  • Habituated
  • He had so habituated himself to devote his mind and his heart to the service of his country, that he had almost risen above or sunk below humanity.

  • Cohabited
  • In ancient gaul not only did gauls, kymrians, and iberians live frequently in alliance and almost intimacy, but they actually commingled and cohabited without scruple on the same territory.

  • Habitual(Definition of habitual)
  • His face, rather handsome than otherwise, suddenly lost its habitual expression of weary indifference, a smile played about the lips, the dreamy eyes sparkled.

  • Habits
  • He knows their habits.

  • Habitue(Definition of habitue)
  • He approached the ladies with a manner in which the boldness of the habitue of a coffee-house was mingled with the embarrassment of a man who, accustomed only to low society, suddenly finds himself amongst persons of distinction.

  • Hated
  • That she looked even prettier in her uniform captain middleton would have been the first to allow; but he hated it nevertheless.

    All my life, I've waited To see your smile again In my mind, I've hated Not able to let go

    – Come Back to Me by Janet Jackson
  • Habit(Definition of habit)
  • So it's a habit of yours, is it?

  • Habituate(Definition of habituate)
  • If you do not habituate her to be minutely particular in this respect, if the same objects are not always found in the same places, she will allow things to become so untidy, that you will not be able to see that there are two pounds of silk more or less in her room.

  • Baited
  • But it turned out, as the cunning landlord had foreseen, that our hanger was packed close to the very door, in consequence of great numbers coming to the town in the afternoon to see a bull baited, so that when jack dawson closed the doors and came behind our scene to dress for his part, he told us he had as good as five pounds in his pocket.

    How can you be so hated? In the same day, in the same day, to be so wanted, so baited?

    – Chevrolet Way by Tariq
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