She calls her new post “a red-eye job, given our time difference and the predilection for crisis.”
But if you can get past the predilection for alliteration and the teehee!
He has a predilection for qualifiers (“very,” “totally,” “really”), and tends to skew positive on anything.
In this, he revealed—and not for the first time—his predilection for political control of the economy.
Readers who might feel shame about their predilection for tawdry paperbacks can now enjoy them discreetly.
You have a predilection for heroics; it will not be without interest to bring things to the point.
Nobody ever got any clue to the reason, if there was one, for this predilection of hers.
Still more probably, one architect may have had a predilection for timber, while another may have preferred clay vaults.
I made some success, and the students had a predilection for me.
I was, perhaps, too scrupulous about seeming officious or jealous of the predilection shown to the Duchess.