Definition of predilection in English:
A preference or special liking for something; a bias in favor of something: my predilection for Asian food
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- Of course the court will approach those interests with a strong predilection in favour of the preservation of life, because of the sanctity of human life.
- Like every other institution, the Washington and political press corps operate with a good number of biases and predilections.
- Studying biology may yet lead to greater tolerance for the vast repertory of human sexual foibles, preferences, and predilections.
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