Proclivity in a sentence

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Proclivity meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [noun] tendency towards ;

No baby is born with a proclivity to smoke.

Lions are born with a natural proclivity to hunting and eating other animals.

The results cast doubt on apes’ proclivity for imitation.

Kindergarten children have a proclivity to believe anything their teachers tell them.

There are many reasons to explain the social proclivity in human beings.

All government must be structured to protect man from his own worst proclivities.

People have a proclivity to evaluate other cultures in reference to their own presumably superior culture.

People have a natural proclivity to imitate or model the behavior of significant figures in their lives.

The proclivity to cheat often goes hand in hand with opportunity, he said.

The lion’s proclivity for man-eating has been systematically examined.