use penchant in a sentence.
Never undersestimate HN's penchant for being pendantic
I actually have a bit of a penchant for watches, but that's it.
Given his penchant for patent trolling I would have figured him for a law degree.
Non-academics have a fairly well documented penchant for discrimination and ethnic violence.
I dunno, Google seems to have a penchant for re-inventing the wheel when it comes to UI.
On the other hand, with Zynga's penchant for liberal "borrowing," this seems a bit hypocritical of them.
I like to consider it a British penchant for piercing the corporate veil and de-reifying the collective.
I wonder what would happen if they tested them on, say, mathematicians or engineers with a penchant for numbers.
It's meant to be taken in the voice of the original guy and his penchant for making fun of folks using rails.
Interesting in light of the (relatively) new penchant for pop up ads that don't create a new window.
I can’t really blame them, no, but HN has a penchant for turning hyperbole and sensationalism into good discussions.
Great article, if undermined by the author's penchant for labeling every foible of modern life a result of everyone's inescapable narcissism.
When you hold a bunch of information in your head, you benefit from your brain's penchant for making weird collisions and connections.
This may be one place where Sony's penchant for closed vs.
I was a chemistry geek in high school, with a penchant for highly exothermic reactions if you know what I mean.
Better to have an overall view while learning to program, and a penchant for details when implementing one tiny little part of a 1 million line code base that 100 other people are also working on.