|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (n.) According to usual practice or routine; as, habitual lateness.
2. (n.) According to habit; established by habit; customary; constant; as, the habitual practice of sin.
Habitual (9 Occurrences)
Ephesians 2:2 which were once habitual to you while you walked in the ways of this world and obeyed the Prince of the powers of the air, the spirits that are now at work in the hearts of the sons of disobedience--to you God has given Life. (WEY)
1 Timothy 2:15 Yet a woman will be brought safely through childbirth if she and her husband continue to live in faith and love and growing holiness, with habitual self-restraint. (WEY)
2 Timothy 4:5 But as for you, you must exercise habitual self-control, and not live a self-indulgent life, but do the duty of an evangelist and fully discharge the obligations of your office. (WEY)
1 Peter 4:3 For you have given time enough in the past to the doing of the things which the Gentiles delight in-- pursuing, as you did, a course of habitual licence, debauchery, hard drinking, noisy revelry, drunkenness and unholy image-worship. (WEY)
2 Peter 2:7 And delivered just Lot, grieved with the habitual lewdness of the wicked: (WBS)
Psalms 68:21 Only -- God doth smite The head of His enemies, The hairy crown of a habitual walker in his guilt. (YLT)
Psalms 106:39 And they are defiled with their works, And commit whoredom in their habitual doings. (YLT)
Hosea 4:9 And it hath been, like people, like priest, And I have charged on it its ways, And its habitual doings I return to it. (YLT)
Hosea 5:4 They give not up their habitual doings, To turn back unto their God, For a spirit of whoredoms 'is' in their midst, And Jehovah they have not known. (YLT)