propend

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pro·pend

 (prō-pĕnd′)
intr.v. pro·pend·ed, pro·pend·ing, pro·pends
To have a propensity; incline or tend.

[Latin prōpendēre : prō-, forward; see pro-1 + pendēre, to hang; see (s)pen- in Indo-European roots.]

propend

(prəʊˈpɛnd)
vb
(intr) obsolete to be inclined or disposed
[C16: from Latin prōpendēre to hang forwards]

propend


Past participle: propended
Gerund: propending

Imperative
propend
propend
Present
I propend
you propend
he/she/it propends
we propend
you propend
they propend
Preterite
I propended
you propended
he/she/it propended
we propended
you propended
they propended
Present Continuous
I am propending
you are propending
he/she/it is propending
we are propending
you are propending
they are propending
Present Perfect
I have propended
you have propended
he/she/it has propended
we have propended
you have propended
they have propended
Past Continuous
I was propending
you were propending
he/she/it was propending
we were propending
you were propending
they were propending
Past Perfect
I had propended
you had propended
he/she/it had propended
we had propended
you had propended
they had propended
Future
I will propend
you will propend
he/she/it will propend
we will propend
you will propend
they will propend
Future Perfect
I will have propended
you will have propended
he/she/it will have propended
we will have propended
you will have propended
they will have propended
Future Continuous
I will be propending
you will be propending
he/she/it will be propending
we will be propending
you will be propending
they will be propending
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been propending
you have been propending
he/she/it has been propending
we have been propending
you have been propending
they have been propending
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been propending
you will have been propending
he/she/it will have been propending
we will have been propending
you will have been propending
they will have been propending
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been propending
you had been propending
he/she/it had been propending
we had been propending
you had been propending
they had been propending
Conditional
I would propend
you would propend
he/she/it would propend
we would propend
you would propend
they would propend
Past Conditional
I would have propended
you would have propended
he/she/it would have propended
we would have propended
you would have propended
they would have propended
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But they very frequently are innately propended to habituate themselves to dysfunctional thoughts, emotions, actions, and [to] find it difficult, though not impossible, to change them.
If P has a signature, it is propended to T's signature (if any).