Pro*cliv"i*ty (?), n. [L. proclivitas: cf. F. proclivit'e.]

1.

Inclination; propensity; proneness; tendency.

"A proclivity to steal."

Abp. Bramhall.

2.

Readiness; facility; aptitude.

He had such a dexterous proclivity as his teachers were fain to restrain his forwardness. Sir H. Wotton.

 

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