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prōclīvis e, adj. with comp.

pro + clivus, sloping, steep, going downward, downhill : per proclivem viam duci, L.: undae, Ct.—As subst n. : pelli per proclive, downhill , L.—Fig., downwards, descending, downhill, declining : proclivi cursu delabi.— Inclined, disposed, liable, prone, subject, ready, willing : proclives ad eas perturbationes feruntur: ingenium ad lubidinem, T.: ad aliquem morbum proclivior.— Easy : fingendi ratio: quae utroque proclivia esse, si fortunā uti vellet, L.: dictu proclive, easy to say : quod est multo proclivius, much easier : quibus erat proclive tranare flumen, Cs.— As subst n. : in proclivi esse, T.: ut anteponantur proclivia laboriosis.

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