Is Habitualized a word?
1 To make habitual. 2 To cause to treat something as habitual; to familiarise or accustom. 3 (US, law) To classify as a habitual offender (which has implications for sentencing).
Is Agnized a word?
verb (used with object), ag·nized, ag·niz·ing. Archaic. to recognize; acknowledge; own.
What is Habitualized?
To cause to treat something as habitual; to familiarize or accustom.
How do you spell Habitualized?
Definitions for habitualized. ha·bit·u·al·ized.
How do you spell Stimie?
“Stymie.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/stymie.
What does Agnise mean?
indicate recognition or awareness of
Definition of ‘agnise’ 2. to indicate recognition or awareness of, as by a greeting, glance, etc. 3. to express appreciation or thanks for. to acknowledge a gift.
What does Habituat mean?
1 : to make used to something : accustom. 2 : frequent sense 1. intransitive verb.
What does it mean to put a kibosh on something?
to stop or end
Definition of put the kibosh on : to stop or end (something) : to prevent (something) from happening or continuing His mother put the kibosh on his smoking habit.
How do you spell Maist?
adjective, noun, adverb Scot.
What does Habitualized mean?
What is habitated?
1 : the act of living in a place The house is fit for habitation. 2 : a place to live. habitation. noun. hab·i·ta·tion | \ ˌha-bə-ˈtā-shən \
Where did the saying put the kibosh?
The phrase put the kibosh on surfaced in texts in the early thirties of the nineteenth century. For a long time etymologists have been trying to discover what kibosh means and where it came from. Hebrew, Arabic, Turkish, Gaelic Irish, and French have been explored for that purpose.
How do you spell Stimy?
verb (used with object), noun, sti·mied, sti·my·ing;plural sti·mies. an uncommon variant of stymie.