Definition of Propense. Meaning of Propense. Synonyms of Propense

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Definition of Propense

Propense
Propense 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

- the Caribbean exacerbates these issues, making the scarce existing crops propense to the devastating effects of Atlantic hurricanes. Agriculture or farming...
- are usually expected to give birth at home which makes them even more propense to mortality. WuDunn and Kristoff make the claim that if girls were allowed...
- lite, pendulous, pendulum, pensile, propend, propendency, propendent, propense, propension, propensity pendō pend- pepend- pens- weigh compendious, compendium...
- homologous recombination, in which deletions and duplications are much more propense to occur. This, combined with the fact that higher copies of Olduvai domains...
- also known to be an early step towards glioma formation. Women are more propense to depressive disorders and anxiety than men, although the reason is still...
- family for bread, his natural desire to support an irregular life, and a propense hatred to labour, turn but too many an honest tradesman into an arrant...