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Propend vs. Propensity

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Propendverb

To incline or lean.

Propensitynoun

A tendency, preference, or attraction.

‘He has a propensity for lengthy discussions of certain favorite topics.’;

Propendverb

To be inclined; to have a propensity to.

Propensitynoun

The quality or state of being propense; natural inclination; disposition to do good or evil; bias; bent; tendency.

Propendverb

To lean toward a thing; to be favorably inclined or disposed; to incline; to tend.

‘We shall propend to it, as a stone falleth down.’;

Propensitynoun

an inclination to do something;

‘he felt leanings toward frivolity’;

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Propensitynoun

a natural inclination;

‘he has a proclivity for exaggeration’;

Propensitynoun

a disposition to behave in a certain way;

‘the aptness of iron to rust’; ‘the propensity of disease to spread’;

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