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  • s  having a tendency (to); often used in combination
    a child prone to mischief
  • s  lying face downward

  • On a more typical dating site, where users are prone to making snap judgments based on photos and sketchy profiles, if you don't find that special someone, you're less likely to .
  • Unfortunately, Melmac tableware was prone to scratches and stains and so the dishes fell out of favor by the 1970s, as more resilient household plastics were phased in and .
  • Project Impact, designed to target and equip high-risk areas, doles out funds in flood-prone regions and earthquake zones.
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