Noun(1) a predisposition in favor of something(2) a strong liking
(1) Certainly, the widespread predilection for the fancy and frivolous has its roots in decades of drab socialist conformity.(2) your predilection for pretty girls(3) She has clearly expressed that she has no interest in this, so I've kept my predilection to myself.(4) Of course the court will approach those interests with a strong predilection in favour of the preservation of life, because of the sanctity of human life.(5) my predilection for Asian food(6) All of her fictions are heavily influenced by scholarship and by the predilections of the cultivated English intellectual and academic class of which she is a part.(7) She seemed completely up to the interview, however, so there was no reason not to ask at least one tough question, most obviously, about her political predilections .(8) Studying biology may yet lead to greater tolerance for the vast repertory of human sexual foibles, preferences, and predilections .(9) His loyalty to the British Government at a time when the National movement was raging and his efforts to shore up a tottering feudal institution were not pure personal predilections or momentary aberrations.(10) Fortunately, irrespective of my personal predilections , secularism in India is unlikely to flourish, at least in the near future.(11) "When making up our mind about this we should come at it calmly and reasonably and set aside our personal grudges and predilections .(12) And, as it happens, my verdict on the material collected here is distinctly mixed; but I do not think it a verdict dictated solely by personal predilections .(13) If they work as a team burying their individual predilections and preferences there is no reason why the team cannot get back its rhythm.(14) Like every other institution, the Washington and political press corps operate with a good number of biases and predilections .(15) It is essentially simple, but with enough internal twists and turns to accommodate most predilections and appetites.(16) The Court's reasonings, such as they are, have become a study in personal opinions and predilections .
1. liking ::
2. orientation ::
3. penchant ::
Different Formspredilection, predilections
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