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Definition of predisposition:

  1. A condition of special susceptibility to a disease.
  2. Previous inclination or propensity to anything; preadaptation.

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Examples of usage for predisposition:

  1. At that time Shakespeare was spare of figure, melancholy of visage, but lively of demeanor; an inclination to baldness had already begun to exhibit itself, a predisposition hastened and encouraged doubtless by that disordered digestion to which the poet at an early age became a prey by reason of his excesses. "Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions" , Slason Thompson.
  2. And that this subject may present itself with greater force it ought to be observed, that there is always a predisposition to superstition, where there are no settled religious principles. "Thoughts on the Religious Instruction of the Negroes of this Country" , William Swan Plumer.
  3. Even so much justification was left to the few, and the great majority continued to seek that good which social usage countenanced and individual predisposition confirmed. "The Approach to Philosophy" , Ralph Barton Perry.

Quotes for predisposition:

  1. I believe people may have a predisposition for artistic creativity. It doesn't mean they're going to make it. - Rita Dove
  2. Let no one think that flexibility and a predisposition to compromise is a sign of weakness or a sell -out. - Paul Kagame
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