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synonyms for proclivity

  • penchant
  • predilection
  • predisposition
  • propensity
  • bent
  • bias
  • disposition
  • druthers
  • facility
  • flash
  • groove
  • inclining
  • leaning
  • proneness
  • type
  • weakness
  • cup of tea
  • liableness
  • thing for
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antonyms for proclivity

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  • antipathy
  • disinclination
  • dislike
  • hate
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During our own analysis of Search Engine Land titles that changed in the search results, we also noticed that Google had a proclivity for removing the pipe character.
NAVIGATING GOOGLE’S TITLE CHANGES: THE ROLLOUT, WHAT’S HAPPENING NOW AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT ITGEORGE NGUYENOCTOBER 22, 2021SEARCH ENGINE LAND
Importantly, the platform’s proclivity for inspiration results in bigger shopping carts and upsells.
HOW YOUTUBE IS REDEFINING THE ONLINE SHOPPING EXPERIENCEGOOGLEOCTOBER 20, 2021DIGIDAY
That’s not a function of gerrymandering, that is a function of the number of people there, their partisan proclivities, as opposed to what you are going to see in Ohio, Texas, Georgia, regardless of what voters want.
NEW YORK’S REDISTRICTING TESTS DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION TO GERRYMANDERINGCOLBY ITKOWITZSEPTEMBER 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Possibly, although that seems unlikely given the proclivities of all the parties involved.
IT WASN’T HUBRIS THAT DROVE AMERICA INTO AFGHANISTAN. IT WAS FEAR.ROBERT KAGANAUGUST 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It was overkill for a one-night trip, but I hoped that obsessive preparation could tamp down my proclivity for imagining worst-case scenarios.
WHY I DID THE SCARIEST THING I COULD THINK OFKELSEY LINDSEYAPRIL 1, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
It is asserted that she had had, all her life, an avowed proclivity to suicide.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT SHELLEY, VOLUME I (OF 2)FLORENCE A. THOMAS MARSHALL
Yet before he took this step he was accused of a proclivity toward extraordinary things.
STEAM STEEL AND ELECTRICITYJAMES W. STEELE
And as we know Don Benigno's proclivity in this direction, the shaft went home with diabolical effect.
THE FOURTH ESTATE, VOL.1ARMANDO PALACIO VALDS
And there is, in many French poets, a fatal proclivity to fuss just a little too much over their subjects.
INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND
The frog has a proclivity for squeezing into holes and cracks, or beneath objects on the ground.
FIELD STUDY OF KANSAS ANT-EATING FROGHENRY S. FITCH
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