Obs. to incline, or be disposed (to or toward something)
Origin of propendClassical Latin propendere, to hang forward from pro-, before + pendere, to hang: see pend
intransitive verbpro·pend·ed, pro·pend·ing, pro·pends
To have a propensity; incline or tend.
Origin of propendLatin prōpendēre prō- forward ; see pro- 1. pendēre to hang ; see (s)pen- in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present propends, present participle propending, simple past and past participle propended)
From Latin prÅpendÄ“re.