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    penchant - Dictionary definition and meaning for word penchant

    (noun) a strong liking
    Synonyms : predilection , preference , taste
    Example Sentence
    • my own preference is for good literature
    • the Irish have a penchant for blarney
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for penchant

p+enchant- something that enchants you, you have a strong liking for that.

chant- verses are chanted by sages because they have a strong inclination towards spiritualiism.

Some fool is chanting his pen because he likes it so much.

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think of a pendant that you wear and love very much

penchant sounds like pention............generally retired people have strong liking towards pention

PEN(pen frnd) chant(chatting) some one chatting wit pen frnd will have strong inclination in chatting

I remembered this word by the following mnemonic and neva 4 got the meaning.. : PEANUT CHAT - every loves peanut chat , hav a strong inclination over it..affinity, fondness, passion... ;)

A new parker PEN comes in the mkt and you have a strong desire for it and hence you CHANT about it where ever you go..

a PENDULUM has a penchant to swing back and forth.

in hindi.. chant is a person who will go for what he likes and take risks even if its disapproved.. especially in the context of getting dates...

rhymes with pungent which also means taste or smell

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