Synonyms of 'habitual'
You use confirmed to describe someone who has a particular habit or belief that they are very unlikely to change.
I'm a confirmed bachelor.
The frontier was a constant source of conflict.
If someone or something is familiar to you, you recognize them or know them well.
They are already familiar faces on our TV screens.
If something is frequent, it happens often.
He is a frequent visitor to the house.
If you describe someone as, for example, an inveterate liar or smoker, you mean that they have lied or smoked for a long time and are not likely to stop doing it.
an inveterate gambler
It's just not natural behaviour for a child of his age.
Something that is normal is usual and ordinary, and is what people expect.
The two countries have resumed normal diplomatic relations.
The hospital claimed they were simply following their normal procedure.
Ordinary people or things are normal and not special or different in any way.
It was just an ordinary day for us.
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Thesaurus for habitual from the Collins English Thesaurus
A habitual action, state, or way of behaving is one that someone usually does or has, especially one that is considered to be typical or characteristic of them.