penchant

Covet vs Penchant - What's the difference?

covet | penchant |


As a verb covet

is to wish for with eagerness; to desire possession of, often enviously.

As a noun penchant is

taste, liking, or inclination (for).

Penchant vs Affinity - What's the difference?

penchant | affinity |


As nouns the difference between penchant and affinity

is that penchant is taste, liking, or inclination (for) while affinity is a natural attraction or feeling of kinship to a person or thing.

Penchant vs Propensity - What's the difference?

penchant | propensity |


As nouns the difference between penchant and propensity

is that penchant is taste, liking, or inclination (for) while propensity is a tendency, preference, or attraction.

Pendant vs Penchant - What's the difference?

pendant | penchant | Related terms |

Penchant is a related term of pendant.

Pendant is a related term of penchant.


As nouns the difference between pendant and penchant

is that pendant is (architecture) a supporting post attached to the main rafter while penchant is taste, liking, or inclination (for).

Desire vs Penchant - What's the difference?

desire | penchant | Synonyms |

Desire is a synonym of penchant.


As nouns the difference between desire and penchant

is that desire is someone or something wished for while penchant is taste, liking, or inclination (for).

As a verb desire

is more formal or stronger word for want.

Inclination vs Penchant - What's the difference?

inclination | penchant |


As nouns the difference between inclination and penchant

is that inclination is a physical tilt or bend while penchant is taste, liking, or inclination (for).

Liking vs Penchant - What's the difference?

liking | penchant |


As nouns the difference between liking and penchant

is that liking is a like; a predilection while penchant is taste, liking, or inclination (for).

As a verb liking

is (like).

Taste vs Penchant - What's the difference?

taste | penchant |


As nouns the difference between taste and penchant

is that taste is one of the sensations produced by the tongue in response to certain chemicals () while penchant is taste, liking, or inclination (for).

As a verb taste

is to sample the flavor of something orally.

What is the difference between penchant and tendency?

penchant | tendency | Synonyms |

Penchant is a synonym of tendency.


As nouns the difference between penchant and tendency

is that penchant is taste, liking, or inclination (for) while tendency is a likelihood of behaving in a particular way or going in a particular direction; a tending toward.

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