Synonyms & Antonyms : Tendency





Tendency



( Noun )


My Business is showing a
tendency to improve.

Synonyms:

Prone

Inclination

Predilection

Leaning

Penchant

Trend

Bias

Proclivity

Propensity

Contextual Examples:

Revolutions in some countries are
prone to cast their influence on the social, economic and scientific progress or others.

A persistent
trend towards materialization of societies is discernible in the world today.

The socialist
bias which started with the Bolshevik Revolution which started in 1917 has continued to persist.

The whole world is now
inclining towards the concept of welfare state.

Modern
proclivities of the people resolve round getting at more and more money for maximum comforts in life.



Antonyms:

Aversion

Distaste

Dislike

Disinclination

Antipathy

Detestation

Contextual Examples:

I have an
aversion for pessimists.

This brand of fish is
distasteful.

I
dislike being goaded to do things. I like to be on my own.

I can appreciate your
disinclination to life marked by acute materialism.

I have an
antipathy for pets, especially they become a problem when they are sick.

I
detest a person who is given to moods of depression.




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