"accustom, make familiar," 1520s, from Late Latin habituatus, past participle of habituare "to bring into a condition or habit of the body," from habitus "condition, appearance, dress" (see habit (n.)). Related: Habituated; habituating.
1. One can habituate oneself to living alone, though rarely with any pleasure.
2. You must habituate yourself to hard work.
3. According to my ancient love manual, I habituate to a extraordinary and humor man.