predisposition

[ pree-dis-puh-zish-uh n, pree-dis- ]SEE DEFINITION OF predisposition
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Laws must be definite, and we should create in the citizens a predisposition to obey them.

There has been a predisposition to paralysis, which is the true nature of this attack.

In every member of it he recognised character, and a predisposition which might even be genius.

She understood not how fatal a predisposition lurked in her bosom.

Their views rather wearied me, despite my predisposition to favour them.

In Bohemia, indeed, there had long been a predisposition to heresy.

He emphatically denies that there is in the embryo a predisposition to crime.

Also that alcoholism in the parents conveys a predisposition to the child.

It is my experience of his predisposition to this quality which has induced me to write this article.

Predisposition of active life subjection to enchantments, iv.

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