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creature of habit

Definition of creature of habit in English:

A person who follows an unvarying routine.
Example sentences
  • Ducks are creatures of habit, they like routine.
  • They are both creatures of habit and love their routine: writing, walking, reading and going to bed at 10 pm every night.
  • We humans are a strange breed, creatures of habit, this one small change in my routine has rendered me flummoxed.
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