Propensity noun - An established pattern of behavior.
Usage example: the criminal propensities of the family extended over several generations
Proclivity noun - A habitual attraction to some activity or thing.
Usage example: showed artistic proclivities at an early age
- liking and propensity
- liking and proclivity
- affection and propensity
- affection and proclivity
- inclination and propensity
- inclination and proclivity
- disposition and propensity
- disposition and proclivity
- partiality and propensity
- partiality and proclivity
- bent and propensity
- bent and proclivity
- bias and propensity
- bias and proclivity
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Proclivity and Propensity. (2016). Retrieved 2022, November 28, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/propensity/proclivity
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