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predisposition

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Pronunciation:

[pɹiːdˌɪspəzˈɪʃən], [pɹiːdˌɪspəzˈɪʃən], [p_ɹ_iː_d_ˌɪ_s_p_ə_z_ˈɪ_ʃ_ə_n]
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Synonyms for Predisposition:

tendency (noun)

affinity, aptness, bent, bias, course, direction, disposition, grain, inclination, leaning, penchant, polarity, predilection, proclivity, proneness, propensity, temperament, tendency, tenor, trend.

Other synonyms and related words:

Parti Pris, ability, accommodate, account, addiction, administer, affect, affectation, affection, affections, afford, animus, appetite, applicability, appreciation, aptendency, aptitude, assumption, attend, attitude, bag, basic essence, beware, books, capacity, care, cast, cast of mind, cast of soul, cater, change over time, character, choice, chosen kind, compulsion, conatus, conducement, conduciveness, consideration, constitution, contribute, craving, cup of tea, custom, dark, delight, desire, device, diathesis, disagreeableness, dish, disposal, dour, drift, druthers, eagerness, eccentricity, empathy, endowment, equip, erratic, esteem, exposure, eye, faculty, fancy, fault, favor, favoritism, favour, favouritism, feel, feeling, feeling for, fickle, fixe, flash, flaw, foible, fondness, forecast, foregone conclusion, forejudgment, frame of mind, frame of soul, furnish, gift, give, glum, grace, groove, guard, guessing, habit, habit of mind, habit of soul, habitude, hankering, heed, humor, hunger, idiocrasy, idiosyncrasy, impulse, incline, inclining, individualism, inner quality, instinct, instrumentality, intuition, itch, jaundice, jaundiced eye, keenness, keep, kidney, knack, lead, leaning to, liability, likelihood, liking, longing, look, love, lurch, make, makeup, manner, mental set, mercurial, mettle, mind, mind-set, mold, mood, morose, motivation, mould, moulder, mouldy, movement, nature, need, nepotism, nisus, note of preparation, nurse, offer, openness, opinion, option, partiality, particular choice, partisanship, passion, pay attention to, persona, personal choice, plan, planetary, possibility, potentiality, practice, preapprehension, preconceived idea, preconceived notion, preconception, preconcertation, preconclusion, preconsideration, predecision, predetermination, predispositions, preference, preferment, prejudgement, prejudgment, prejudication, prejudice, premature judgment, prenotice, prenotion, prepossession, presumption, presupposal, presupposition, presurmise, prevention, probability, propendency, propenseness, propension, provide, qualities, quality, quirk, readiness, regard, rehearsal, saturnine, second nature, see, sensibility, sensitiveness, sensitivity, sensitivity to, sentiment, set, sixth sense, skill, slant, soft spot, sour, spirit, squint, stamp, strain, streak, stripe, style, subconscious, subservience, sullen, surface, susceptibility, sweet tooth, sympathy, take care, talent, taste, temper, temperamental, tend, thing, thirst, tone, touchy, trait, tropism, turn, turn of mind, twist, type, urge, utility, vein, velleity, view, vulnerability, warp, way, weakness, whim, willingness, wish, yearning, yen.

Rhymes for Predisposition:

  1. titian, mission, fission;
  2. munition, mortician, addition, admission, rendition, dentition, condition, contrition, optician, remission, commission, sedition, transmission, musician, nutrition, partition, patrician, volition, permission, position, physician, ambition, fruition, technician, tuition, attrition, tradition, transition, logician, petition, cognition, recission, ignition, omission, audition, emission, suspicion, submission, magician;
  3. expedition, intermission, demolition, admonition, opposition, prohibition, requisition, politician, obstetrician, statistician, rhetorician, apparition, deposition, precondition, imposition, supposition, premonition, coalition, superstition, inquisition, recognition, intuition, ammunition, electrician, recondition, abolition, repetition, proposition, exposition, erudition, disposition, exhibition, reposition, extradition, competition, composition, inhibition, dietitian, definition, acquisition;
  4. geriatrician, presupposition, juxtaposition, academician, decomposition, pediatrician, theoretician;

Quotes for Predisposition:

  1. I believe people may have a predisposition for artistic creativity. It doesn't mean they're going to make it. Rita Dove.
  2. Let no one think that flexibility and a predisposition to compromise is a sign of weakness or a sell -out. Paul Kagame.
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