[ proh-pend ]
/ proʊˈpɛnd /
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verb (used without object) Obsolete.
to incline or tend.
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British Dictionary definitions for propend
/ (prəʊˈpɛnd) /
(intr) obsolete to be inclined or disposed
Word Origin for propend
C16: from Latin prōpendēre to hang forwards
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