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What is another word for penchant?

136 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[p_ˈɒ_n_ʃ_ɒ_n], [pˈɒnʃɒn], [pˈɒnʃɒn]
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Synonyms for Penchant:

tendency (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Penchant:

  • panothenate,
  • punchard,
  • panchetta,
  • pachant,
  • punishmant,
  • pentant,
  • panchayats,
  • patciant,
  • poingnant,
  • sentiant,
  • porchand,
  • nonchantly,
  • pernant,
  • punishmnt,
  • punchcard,
  • pinchng,
  • pesiant,
  • penant,
  • anchant,
  • signiciant,
  • penchent,
  • perficiant,
  • penchance,
  • ponchant,
  • punchnal,
  • menchend,
  • paciant,
  • punchuality,
  • passionant,
  • punishent,
  • anchiant,
  • panthothenate,
  • pernchant,
  • pungant,
  • pungeant,
  • pachent,
  • ainchent,
  • enchante,
  • pertiant,
  • ranchhand.

Rhymes for Penchant:

  1. trenchant;

Quotes for Penchant:

  1. Americans have a penchant for the future and tend to disregard the past. Alan Dundes.

Idioms of Penchant:

  1. have a penchant for doing sth;
  2. a penchant for sth;
  3. have a penchant for doing;

Adjectives for Penchant:

  • rsal human,
  • irritating human,
  • quirky human,
  • current and universal,
  • rather deplorable,
  • inégal,
  • perfectly rational,
  • fiduciary,
  • natural human,
  • rather remarkable,
  • quirky,
  • atavistic,
  • obsessive,
  • antiquarian,
  • newfound,
  • inborn,
  • unerring,
  • journalistic,
  • fussy,
  • baffling,
  • tireless,
  • despicable,
  • predatory,
  • distressing,
  • periodic,
  • unhealthy,
  • deplorable,
  • invaluable,
  • disastrous,
  • evident,
  • rational,
  • ferocious,
  • seeming,
  • restless,
  • continual,
  • stronger,
  • bizarre,
  • infernal,
  • ridiculous,
  • sick,
  • youthful,
  • unexpected,
  • delightful,
  • obvious,
  • queer,
  • universal,
  • horrible,
  • slight,
  • occasional,
  • french,
  • modern,
  • direct equestrian,
  • inveterate and perverse,
  • rather regrettable,
  • decidedly disagreeable,
  • own avowed,
  • quite inexplicable,
  • counterproductive,
  • strong, sweet,
  • old childish,
  • lilliputian,
  • ungovernable,
  • equestrian,
  • unalterable,
  • regrettable,
  • unconquerable,
  • life-long,
  • undeniable,
  • avowed,
  • irrepressible,
  • inveterate,
  • teutonic,
  • puissant,
  • contrary,
  • irritating,
  • extravagant,
  • medieval,
  • habitual,
  • persistent,
  • excessive,
  • sexual,
  • heroic,
  • slightest,
  • absurd,
  • keen,
  • quaint,
  • purple,
  • foolish,
  • distinct,
  • additional,
  • imperial,
  • popular,
  • dangerous,
  • faint,
  • odd,
  • national,
  • rare,
  • personal,
  • royal,
  • proper,
  • sweet,
  • teutonic racial,
  • normal british,
  • apparently frivolous,
  • incurable,
  • gruesome,
  • paternal,
  • frivolous,
  • mischievous,
  • exotic,
  • enthusiastic,
  • definite,
  • nouveau,
  • weak,
  • current,
  • latest,
  • previous,
  • double,
  • true,
  • simple,
  • general,
  • famous metaphysical,
  • strange and unfortunate,
  • universal human,
  • own former,
  • inherent,
  • uncanny,
  • perverse,
  • metaphysical,
  • disagreeable,
  • astonishing,
  • extreme,
  • understandable,
  • invincible,
  • irresistible,
  • british,
  • former,
  • usual,
  • strange human,
  • racial,
  • inexplicable,
  • renowned,
  • legendary,
  • fatal,
  • peculiar,
  • noble,
  • terrible,
  • uncontrollable,
  • attractive,
  • violent,
  • remarkable,
  • curious,
  • sudden,
  • childish,
  • typical,
  • singular,
  • particular,
  • well-known,
  • strange,
  • special,
  • unfortunate,
  • natural,
  • grand,
  • certain,
  • secret,
  • human,
  • strong.
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