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- n. perpension
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Perpension.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Consideration; a pondering, careful thought or attention.
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Talbot's perpensity for scoring big goals started in junior hockey.
Where as the countries perpensity for funding terrorism around the globe with greater threat.
The present argument is the most abstracted that ever I engaged in; it strains my faculties to their highest stretch, and I desire the reader to attend with utmost perpensity, for I now proceed to unravel this knotty point.
When your father happens to be in the same line of work as you, is one of the most well known people in that line of work and is known for his perpensity to allow his dark side take over from time to time … and then you go ahead and mimic some ...
Gouging via inflated prices. unneeded or over testing. perpensity for the status quo.
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