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How to spell habited?

Correct: habited.

Examples of usage:
  1. I went for the most of my days habited in English knickerbockers under short corduroy skirts, worn with a many- pocketed hunting blouse. - The Daredevil by Maria Thompson Daviess

  2. Colville took the Piazza San Marco in on his way to Palazzo Pinti on the morning when he had made up his mind to go there, and he stood at the window looking out with the old man, when some more maskers passed through the place- two young fellows in old Florentine dress, with a third habited as a nun. - Indian Summer by William D. Howells

  3. The old Marchioness wore the high coif and veil of the previous century; the aunts, who, as Odo afterwards learned, were canonesses of a noble order, were habited in a semi- conventual dress, with crosses hanging on their bosoms; and none spoke but when the Marquess addressed them. - The Valley of Decision by Edith Wharton