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-ably in a manner that indicates the capability of or tendency toward performing, or being the object of, (such) an action.
-acity (such) a characteristic, condition, or tendency.
appetency a natural, instinctive tendency; propensity. [1/2 definitions]
barge to move clumsily, with a tendency to bump into things. [1/4 definitions]
Bolshevik a political extremist of socialist or anarchist tendency (used pejoratively). [1/3 definitions]
caprice a tendency to unpredictable changes; capriciousness. [1/3 definitions]
cast tendency; inclination. [1/18 definitions]
changeful having a tendency to change; inconstant.
cleavage the tendency to split along certain definite lines, as in some stones. [1/4 definitions]
compliance an inclination or tendency to yield to others. [1/2 definitions]
countertendency combined form of tendency.
crosscurrent (often pl.) a tendency or movement, as of politics or ideas that is counter to the main tendency or movement. [1/2 definitions]
current a trend or tendency. [1/5 definitions]
defeatism the tendency to expect defeat or accept defeat with resignation.
diatropism the tendency of some plant organs to assume a position at a right angle to the direction of an external stimulus.
didactic showing or having a tendency to teach, preach, or moralize. [1/2 definitions]
direction course, tendency, or inclination. [1/7 definitions]
disposition a tendency or inclination. [1/6 definitions]
downturn a turn or tendency downward, as in business or the economy; decline.
drift the tendency to drift. [1/11 definitions]
egoism the tendency to evaluate everything in relation to one's own interests; self-centeredness. (Cf. altruism.) [1/3 definitions]