Word of the Day: proclivity

Pronunciation: [proh-kliv-i-tee]

Definition(s): natural or habitual inclination or tendency; propensity; predisposition:

Part of Speech: noun

Sentence:  Based off his proclivity to fall into deep slumbers, his mother assumed he would oversleep.

Synonyms: disposition, bias, proneness, inclination

Antonyms: dislike, disinclination

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