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predisposition (s) (noun), predispositions (pl)
A condition or state that suggests susceptibility or inclination towards something; such as, a mood or a health issue: Randy had a predisposition of developing a skin rash because of heat or overexposure to the sun as a child.
Based on Hope's childhood experiences, it would seem she has a predisposition to laughter and fun.
Brian had a latent predisposition to a disease which could be activated by stress.
This entry is located in the following units: pon-, posit-, pos-, -poning, -poned, -ponency, -ponent, -ponement, -pound (page 9) pre-, prae- (page 7)