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Wordle 48. Propensity Precipitous Preternatural Prodigal Proffer . propensity. pro·pen·si·ty Noun : An inclination or natural tendency to behave in a particular way. Synonyms: inclination - tendency - leaning - proclivity – bent

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wordle 48

Wordle48

Propensity

Precipitous

Preternatural

Prodigal

Proffer

propensity
propensity
  • pro·pen·si·ty
  • Noun:
  • An inclination or natural tendency to behave in a particular way.
  • Synonyms:
  • inclination - tendency - leaning - proclivity – bent
  • The stock market has the propensity to go up and down.
precipitous
precipitous
  • pre·cip·i·tous
  • Adjective:
  • Dangerously high or steep.
  • (of a change for the worse) Sudden and dramatic.
  • Synonyms:
  • steep - abrupt - sheer - bluff - headlong – precipitate
  • The climb up the mountain was precipitous for the horse, but it still made it.
preternatural
Preternatural
  • pre·ter·nat·u·ral
  • Adjective:
  • Beyond what is normal or natural.
  • Synonyms:
  • supernatural - unearthly – weird
  • Ghosts are preternatural.
prodigal
Prodigal
  • prod·i·gal
  • Adjective: Spending money or resources freely and recklessly; wastefully extravagant.
  • Noun: A person who spends money in a recklessly extravagant way.
  • Synonyms:
  • adjective. lavish - profuse - extravagant - wasteful - spendthrift
  • noun. spendthrift - waster - wastrel - spender – squanderer
  • My father has the tendency to be a prodigal spender.
proffer
proffer
  • prof·fer
  • Verb: Hold out (something) to someone for acceptance; offer.
  • Noun: An offer or proposal.
  • Synonyms:
  • verb. offer - tender - propose - bid - present - hold out
  • noun. offer - proposal - tender - bid - proposition – offering
  • Sally proffered her ball to Robert.
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