Proclivity – Word of the Day ( Vocabulary for IELTS Speaking & IELTS Writing )
Proclivity (countable noun) /prəˈklɪvɪtɪ/
Meaning: natural tendency to do something or feel something, often something bad.
Synonym: Propensity, tendency, inclination
Collocation: show proclivity/ no proclivity + to/ towards/ for
Writing: Few parents have a proclivity to be indifferent to children education.
Speaking: Sara was often a target of bullies, because of her proclivity to wear unusual clothes.
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