Gutiérrez, 56, is a wiry, handsome man whose childlike features mask his penchant for roaring oratory.
They've lost on gay marriage, and they seem to have a penchant for running their mouth about rape.
Yes, the Nobel Committee does have a penchant for the drama of the moment.
The troubled actress, who appeared in court Tuesday, has a penchant for calling people ugly—and many of them happen to be black.
Gomperts, a striking woman in her 40s, has always had a penchant for social justice.
Amongst other reasons he had a bit of a penchant for the soprano's understudy.
What a penchant all our honest detectives have for gems, and where do they get them?
Birds in confinement have also been fed upon minnows, but this penchant might be an acquired one.
I had a penchant for running away from disagreeable surroundings.
He was extravagantly fond of the ocean and allowed no weather to interfere with the indulgence of his penchant.
1670s, from French penchant, noun use of present participle of Old French pencher "to incline," from Vulgar Latin *pendicare, a frequentative formed from Latin pendere "to hang" (see pendant (n.)).