But however laughable our proclivity for questions, doubt, and endless theorizing, it is just as equally inevitable.
When it comes time to write about his proclivity toward violence, I have all of these testimonies, filed in the same place.
Nowhere is that proclivity more in evidence than in immigration policy.
In men destined for a business or a profession, the proclivity is harshly discouraged at an early stage.
Our proclivity to details cannot quite degrade our life and divest it of poetry.
My proclivity for "prying into things" manifested itself there.
The proclivity of the natural man is to domineer or to be subservient.
Then, when they cannot resist the ply of their proclivity, you condemn them as criminals in their later years.
This proclivity on their part is not out of keeping with our theory.
But at all events she was entirely free from Miss Delia Wall's proclivity.
1590s, from Middle French proclivité or directly from Latin proclivitatem (nominative proclivitas) "a tendency, predisposition, propensity," from proclivis "prone to," literally "sloping, inclined," from pro- "forward" (see pro-) + clivus "a slope," from PIE *klei-wo-, suffixed form of *klei "to lean" (see lean (v.)).