Habited vs. Inhabited

Habited vs. Inhabited — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Habited and Inhabited

Habitednoun

A recurrent, often unconscious pattern of behavior that is acquired through frequent repetition

made a habit of going to bed early.

Inhabitedadjective

Having inhabitants; lived in

a sparsely inhabited plain.

Habitednoun

An established disposition of the mind or character

a pessimistic habit.

Inhabitedadjective

having inhabitants; lived in

Habitednoun

Customary manner or practice

an early riser by habit.

Inhabitedadjective

containing at least one element

Habitednoun

An addiction, especially to a narcotic drug.

Inhabitedadjective

(obsolete) uninhabited

Habitednoun

Characteristic appearance, form, or manner of growth, especially of a plant or crystal

"The habit of an apple tree is fine for the small garden" (Robert Dash).

Inhabitedadjective

having inhabitants; lived in;

the inhabited regions of the earth

Habitednoun

A distinctive set of clothing or style of dressing, especially of a religious order.

Habitednoun

A riding habit.

Habitednoun

(Archaic) Physical constitution.

Habitedverb

To clothe; dress.

Habitedverb

To clothe in a habit, especially a nun's habit.

Habitedverb

simple past tense and past participle of habit

Habitedadjective

Dressed in a habit.

a habited nun

Habitedadjective

Clothed.

Habitedadjective

dressed in a habit;

the habited men of the monastery