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Synonyms for PRONENESS

Usage Examples for PRONENESS

  1. On the great majority of subjects which come before Parliament, a member of Parliament, if he be a sensible and an honest man, has a far better opportunity of obtaining correct information and forming a sound opinion than can be within reach of any constituency, whose proneness to misjudge is usually in exact proportion to the magnitude of its numbers. - "The Constitutional History of England From 1760 to 1860" by Charles Duke Yonge
  2. Their nightly prowling, their quiet, untiring perseverance in pursuit, their skulking disposition, their artful stratagems, all impart a mystery to them which has been heightened by fear, and the natural proneness of man to magnify tales of horror. - "Anecdotes of the Habits and Instinct of Animals" by R. Lee