use propensity in a sentence.
Probably for the negative, given the human propensity for procrastination.
There are numerous attempts to measure marginal propensity to spend.
They agree that people on lower incomes have a high marginal propensity to spend, and a lower marginal propensity to save.
America is well known for its propensity toward low taxes and a small debt.
Makes me wonder if a propensity to lie and an ability with math are negatively correlated.
Personally, I have a higher propensity to click on official buttons than their third-party counterparts.
Overidentification with the cognitive apparatus combined with a propensity for binary thinking.
Never underestimate the propensity of the younger generation to blithely discount the previous.
It is a leap from the obvious "propensity for obesity is genetically influenced" to the excuse "obesity is genetically caused".
Given youngsters' propensity for rebellion I wonder if furtive nighttime reading by flashlight actually encourages the behavior.
My curiosity has overcome my propensity for courtesy, so I must ask: what was the original title?
It's like the police's propensity to attack prostitutes and cannabis growers to look 'tough on crime', but not actually take any risks dealing with the serious criminals.
Given Apple's propensity to stomp on any negative publicity, they could have had a dozen similar issues and never disclosed them.
WARNING: this site is dangerous for anyone with the propensity to buy domains they don't need, but are too good to pass over.
I find the propensity to lie disturbing.
I don't see what that has to do with the democratic peace, which is about nations propensity to declare war on each other.
What evidence do you have that a propensity to "slut-shame" isn't distributed evenly between people who are and aren't good at things?
Yeah, that means that people's propensity to panic results in the victim having to lose more precious seconds, which could easily result in brain damage or something.