Behavior pattern acquired externally and followed regularly, consistently or even involuntarily.

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Child Elements  

lir* dis tg Track, furrow, trail, footprint, course.

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Descendants  

* Addict Slave to habit.

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* Caprice Sudden change; change without motive; unpredictable change; change with irresolution.
leq* Choice Exercise of volition.
* Desuetude State of being no longer used or practiced.
* Habit Behavior pattern acquired externally and followed regularly, consistently or even involuntarily.
* Impulse
* Irresolution Lack of resolution.
* Necessity
* Obstinacy Triumph of will over argument, persuasion, or entreaty.
* Perseverance
* Predetermination
dejak* Rejection
* Resolution
* Scruple Moral or ethical consideration or standard that produces unwillingness, irresolution or fastidiousness.
* Tergiversation Repeated change in one''s attitude or opinions with respect to a particular.
lewq* Unwillingness Dissent of will.
wil* Will Faculty of volition.
* Willingness Assent of will.

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Habit synonyms

Habitude, habituation, assuetude [obs.], assuefaction [obs.]; wont; run, way; habitual attitude, habitual state of mind, habitual course.
BAD HABIT, caco√ęthes; bad -, confirmed -, inveterate -, [See intrinsic]- habit; addictedness, addiction, trick.
CUSTOM, use, usage, prescription, immemorial usage, practice; prevalence, observance; conventionalism, conventionality; mode, fashion, vogue; etiquette (gentility) [See Fashion]; order of the day, cry; conformity [See Conformity]; consuetude, dastur or dustoor [India].
RULE, standing order, precedent, routine; red tape, red-tapism; pipe clay; rut, groove.
INUREMENT; training (education) [See Teaching]; seasoning, hardening; radication; second nature, acclimatization; knack (skill) [See Skill]