natural tendency

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You are acquainted with my great sympathy with the French; with my natural tendency to enter into the French way of looking at life.
What checks the natural tendency of each species to increase in number is most obscure.
It must be either that you think she is essentially so vicious, or so feeble-minded, that she cannot withstand temptation, - and though she may be pure and innocent as long as she is kept in ignorance and restraint, yet, being destitute of real virtue, to teach her how to sin is at once to make her a sinner, and the greater her knowledge, the wider her liberty, the deeper will be her depravity, - whereas, in the nobler sex, there is a natural tendency to goodness, guarded by a superior fortitude, which, the more it is exercised by trials and dangers, is only the further developed - '
I knew a fellow once whose natural tendency to laugh at everything was so strong that if you wanted to talk seriously to him, you had to explain beforehand that what you were going to say would not be amusing.
'When left alone, she occupies and apparently amuses herself, and seems quite contented; and so strong seems to be the natural tendency of thought to put on the garb of language, that she often soliloquizes in the FINGER LANGUAGE, slow and tedious as it is.
With the natural tendency of youth to yield to candour and sweet temper, Miss Bella was so touched by the simplicity of this address that she frankly returned Mrs Boffin's kiss.
Jinks's taking down his words, and the magistrate's taking them up, his natural tendency to rambling, and his extreme confusion, he managed to get involved, in something under three minutes, in such a mass of entanglement and contradiction, that Mr.
Applying himself in earlier manhood to the study of the law, and having a natural tendency towards office, he had attained, many years ago, to a judicial situation in some inferior court, which gave him for life the very desirable and imposing title of judge.
He would go round to Tom at times, and look and talk so brilliantly that Tom and Jessie, who both had a natural tendency to be respectful to anybody or anything, looked up to him immensely.
Nurturing your natural tendency for curiosity in this way is a gateway to personal development, growth and fulfilment.
The people [known for their hard work, classic composure and traditional lifestyle] from my native places like Tuticorin, Korkai, Tiruchendur, Tirunelveli, Marthandam, Nagercoil, Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu have the natural tendency to appreciate others apart from being kind to strangers.
And, third, capitalism has a natural tendency to usurp markets via the strengthening of what John Kenneth Galbraith called the cartellike managerial "technostructure."