Definition of propensity in English:
noun (plural propensities)
An inclination or natural tendency to behave in a particular way: a propensity for violence [with infinitive]: their innate propensity to attack one another
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- Those that succeed do so with grace and with what seems to be a natural propensity to invent.
- It is better to look for those tulips with a natural propensity for repeat performance.
- On the other side of the coin, restrictive policies bring about an inhibiting econo-socio-political environment, which restrains the blossoming of a society's natural propensities.
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