It now remains for some inventor of Einsteinian proclivities to devise one in several dimensions!
He had been a clown at a theatre, and still retained some of the proclivities of the boards.
One man, who sent most frequently, had a nose that betrayed his proclivities, and to him this woman paid considerable attention.
This suited me much better, as it enabled me to indulge in my proclivities.
But the most decided changes are at the same time going on, little by little, in the instincts and proclivities of the subject.
It takes into account the child's view-point, his proclivities and his emotions.
Mistress Peggy, I see that despite your Whig 219 proclivities you know the wisdom of having a friend among the enemy.
Most of my neighbors had known me as an officer of the army with Whig proclivities.
I soon became convinced that the European proclivities of the Canton girls went much further than this.
Lucian, when he heard of Angelina's Spanish proclivities, laughed heartily.
1590s, from Middle French proclivité or directly from Latin proclivitatem (nominative proclivitas) "a tendency, predisposition, propensity," from proclivis "prone to," literally "sloping, inclined," from pro- "forward" (see pro-) + clivus "a slope," from PIE *klei-wo-, suffixed form of *klei "to lean" (see lean (v.)).