Definition of Proclivities

1. Noun. (plural of proclivity) ¹



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Definition of Proclivities

1. proclivity [n] - See also: proclivity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proclivities

proclaimer
proclaimers
proclaimest
proclaimeth
proclaiming
proclaims
proclamation
proclamations
proclamatory
proclises
proclisis
proclitic
proclitically
proclitics
proclive
proclivities (current term)
proclivity
proclivous
procoagulant
procoele
procoeles
procoelian
procoelians
procognitive
procollagen
procollagens
procompetitive
proconsul
proconsular
proconsulate

Literary usage of Proclivities

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1. In a New Century by Edward Sandford Martin (1908)
"proclivities AND COMPUNCTIONS TOMLINSON used to say he had all the proclivities and all the compunctions. He expressed a sense of obligation to his ..."

2. In a New Century by Edward Sandford Martin (1908)
"proclivities AND COMPUNCTIONS TOMLINSON used to say he had all the ... A man with all the proclivities, no compunctions, and a sound and skilful legal ..."

3. Sailing Alone Around the World by Joshua Slocum (1901)
"SAILING ALONE AROUND THE WORLD CHAPTER IA blue-nose ancestry with Yankee proclivities — Youthful fondness for the sea — Master of the ship Northern Light ..."

4. The Chinese, and the Chinese Question by James Amaziah Whitney (1888)
"RACIAL proclivities OF THE CHINESE, AND PHYSICAL CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH THEY HAVE DEVELOPED. We may now pass to a more complex phase of the inquiry ..."

5. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1880)
"... and whose present hard-headed manufacturing proclivities are not compatible therewith, and hence produce a mongrel and far from pleasant type of ..."

6. History of the United States: From the Discovery of the American Continent by George Bancroft (1875)
"... nor any further consideration of the bill by the Massachusetts legislature.1 In his presidency, Hancock had shown proclivities to the south. ..."

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