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have a proclivity for
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  • Proclivity — An inclination or predisposition toward something, especially a strong inherent inclination toward something objectionable. For example, a patient might be said to have a proclivity toward alcohol …   Medical dictionary

  • pro·cliv·i·ty — /proʊˈklıvəti/ noun, pl ties [count] formal : a strong natural liking for something that is usually bad : a tendency to do something that is usually bad usually singular Why do some people have a proclivity for violence? [=why are some people… …   Useful english dictionary

  • gravitate — verb approach, be attracted, be prone to, draw near, draw toward, have a proclivity for, have a propensity for, head toward, incline lean, move toward, tend, tend toward, trend associated concepts: eravitate to a life of crime Burton s Legal… …   Law dictionary

  • gravitate — v 1. sink, fall, drop, descend, precipitate, settle. 2. be attracted to, incline to, lean toward, head toward, have a proclivity for, feel for …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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  • leaning — n Leaning, propensity, proclivity, penchant, flair mean a strong instinct or liking for something or sometimes someone. One has a leaning toward something (as a church, a party, or a school of philosophy) when one definitely inclines to… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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