creature of habit

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We are, all of us, creatures of habit, and when the seeming necessity for schooling ourselves in new ways ceases to exist, we fall naturally and easily into the manners and customs which long usage has implanted ineradicably within us.
Dubai: Tennis players can be impetuous and creatures of habit.
I suppose this makes me a creature of habit but most people are creatures of habit.
Wine-drinkers can be creatures of habit but every now and then it's always good to take a peek at what's on the other side of the fence.
Squad supremo Det Insp Alan Cairns, said: "Like all people burglars are creatures of habit.
We all need an MIS Guy, not just to keep the office laptop going but to make sure that tomorrow's capital equipment actually works day in and day out, and also, maybe, to keep the creatures of habit among us asking, "How do they do it?
Humans are creatures of habit, so for many this has been a way of life from an early age and they have forgotten what feeling good feels like.
Human beings are gifted with the ability to learn from our mistakes, yet we are also creatures of habit.
Bowlers are creatures of habit and this has become a habit for me.
19721), Thomas Fujiwara, Kyle Meng, and Tom Vogl conclude that voters are creatures of habit.
Martinez said: "Footballers are creatures of habit, they are not open to change too easily.
Gamblers are creatures of habit, and in the end it will come down to the usual suspects," he added.