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Propensity and Promulgate

Difficult Words : Propensity and Promulgate

Promulgate (FROM ul GATE) v: to proclaim, to publicly or formally declare something

The principal promulgated a new dress code over the loudspeaker system: red, green, yellow and blue were the only permissible artificial hair colors.

Propensity (pruh PEN si tee) n: a natural inclination or tendency, a predilection

Jessie has a propensity for saying stupid things. Every time she opens her mouth, something stupid comes out.

Bill's propensity to sit around all day doing nothing came into conflict with his mother's propensity to kick him out of the house.

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