proclivity

[n] - a natural inclination
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Proclivity

• (n.) Readiness; facility; aptitude. • (n.) Inclination; propensity; proneness; tendency.
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proclivity

propensity noun a natural inclination; `he has a proclivity for exaggeration`
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Proclivity

Pro·cliv'i·ty noun [ Latin proclivitas : confer French proclivité .] 1. Inclination; propensity; proneness; tendency. 'A proclivity to steal.' Abp. Bramhall. 2. Readiness; facility; aptitude. « He had such a dexterous proclivity as his tea...
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proclivity

a natural inclination
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proclivity

a natural inclination
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proclivity

inclination 
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proclivity

proclivity 1. A natural tendency to behave in a particular way. 2. A natural inclination, or tendency, to behave in a certain way; often objectionable or immoral. 3. Etymology: from Latin proclivitatem, proclivitas, 'a tendency, propensity' from proclivis, 'prone to'; literally, 'sloping', from pro-, 'forward' + clivus, 'a slope'. Other meanings...
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Proclivity

Proclivity: An inclination or predisposition toward something, especially a strong inherent inclination toward something objectionable. For example, a patient might be said to have a proclivity toward alcohol.
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