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inveterate
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Crime and Punishment
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  • It might be explained by our inveterate impracticality.
  • Well, what could I answer, especially as your story is a more likely one than his? for there’s nothing but psychology to support his evidence—that’s almost unseemly with his ugly mug, while you hit the mark exactly, for the rascal is an inveterate drunkard and notoriously so.

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  • She’s an inveterate gossip.
  • Irene is an inveterate impulse buyer.

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