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Definition of Propense
PropensePropense Pro*pense", a. [L. propensus, p. p. See Propend.]
Leaning toward, in a moral sense; inclined; disposed; prone;
as, women propense to holiness. --Hooker. -- Pro*pense"ly,
adv. -- Pro*pense"ness, n.
Meaning of Propense from wikipedia
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are more propense
to depressive disorders
than men, although
for bread, his natural desire
life, and a propense hatred
to labour, turn but too many an honest tradesman
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