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A habit is an acquired pattern of behavior that often occurs automatically.
Habit or Habits may also refer to:
- Drug addiction is sometimes referred to as "having a drug habit"
- Habit evidence, a term used in the law of evidence
- Habituation, non-associative learning in which there is a progressive diminution of behavioral response probability with repetition of a stimulus
- Crystal habit, as it applies to the typical appearance of minerals
- Religious habit, a distinctive dress worn by the members of a religious order
- Riding habit, riding clothes worn for hunting or for exhibition
- Habit (biology), the instinctive actions of animals and the natural tendencies or growth form of plants
- HabitRPG, often called "Habit"
Film and television
- Habit, Kentucky, a community in the United States
- Habit (band), late 1980s band on Virgin Records label
- Habit (album), the third album by late Korean pop singer U;Nee
- Habits (album), an album by Neon Trees
- "Habit" (song), a 1996 song by Pearl Jam
- "Habit", song by The Pioneers (band) B-side of "I Believe In Love" 1972
- "Habits" (Tove Lo song) 2013 song by Swedish artist Tove Lo
- "Habits", an early song by the Wailers, with Bob Marley singing backing vocals and Junior Braithwaite singing lead vocals
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