|renounce bad habit||swear off|
|abandon a habit; be weaned of a habit; grow so much as to be unable fit into old clothing; grow faster than, get too large, move beyond previous interests, outstrip||outgrow|
|abandon a legal claim, give up a suit (Law), free somebody of liability, renounce claim, renunciation of a claim, act of giving up a legal suit (Law), renunciation of claim||quitclaim|
|abandon, desert, leave; renounce, give up||forsake|
|achieve sexual maturity, acquire feature, habit, or illness, arise and increase, become clear, bring piece into play, build structures, improve; mature, grow, change and grow, enlarge on, present or be revealed in stages, turn film into negatives or pr...||develop|
|act of magic, cards from each player in a round, cheat, childish act, cunning deception, deceive; defraud; cheat; practice trickery, deceptive effect of light, made as an imitation for a joke, occasionally symptomatic, of tricks, peculiar habit, perfor...||trick|
|act or habit of destruction, completely wreck or damage something, damaging effects, ruin, devastation, rob, plunder, pillage; destroy, demolish, wreck and plunder a place||ravage|
|activity fitted to somebody, long narrow channel, furrow; routine, habit, fixed way of doing things, make a groove, make furrows or channels, cut a groove in; enjoy oneself; interact harmoniously, musical beat, narrow passage, play music rhythmically, ...||groove|
|any of a number of plants having large leaves that are chewed or smoked leaves of the tobacco plant; products made from tobacco leaves, crop of tobacco, dried processed leaves, habit of using tobacco, plant whose leaves are smoked, product made from to...||tobacco|
|arrival or departure point for passengers, barrier at tollbooth, barrier for fluid, control using gate, habit, hinged barrier across gap, hinged fastening for oar, logic circuit, opening in defensive structure, opening in wall, path between poles in sl...||gate|
|based on habit, based on long-standing custom; serving to establish rules, setting laws, customary, grounded in legal prescription, making or adhering to regulations||prescriptive|
|broken away from something one is accustomed to (i.e. a habit, nursing, etc.)||weaned|
|cause to become dependent on, cause to become addicted to (a habit-forming substance); compulsively devote oneself to someone or something, enthusiast, one who is devoted to a certain habit; habitual drug user, somebody dependent on a drug||addict|
|causing addiction, habit-forming, making somebody addicted||addictive|
|changed to suit better, feudal rent, habit, habit; tradition; convention, made to individual order, made to order, making goods to order, patronage, tradition like law||custom|
|characterized by renunciation, serving to renounce||renunciatory|
|common European lark noted for its habit of singing while in flight, common lark, frolic, sport, play; play roughly or boisterously, have boisterous fun||skylark|
|commonplace activity, everyday task; habit, custom, practice; procedure that is always the same; part of a computer program containing instructions for a particular task (Computers), ordinary, usual; customary, habitual, regular pattern of behavior, re...||routine|
|curved shape, groove, odd event, odd mannerism, strange habit, eccentricity; evasion, avoidance; turn, swerve; flourish (in handwriting)||quirk|
|custom, conventional activity; habit, routine; practice, action, established practice, performance or application of skill||praxis|
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