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1. addicted


Compulsively or physiologically dependent on something habit-forming.

2. apt


Sinonimi: clever | disposed | given | minded | tending | liable

ETYM French apte, Latin aptus, from obsolete apere to fasten, to join, to fit, akin to apisci to reach, attain: cf. Skr. âpta fit, from âp to reach attain.
1. Mentally quick and resourceful; SYN. clever.
2. (Usually followed by 'to') Naturally disposed toward; SYN. disposed, given, minded, tending.
3. At risk of or subject to experiencing something usually unpleasant; SYN. liable.

3. bent


Sinonimi: bent on | dead set | intent on | out to | crumpled | dented | bowed | inclined

1. Altered from an originally straight condition
2. Fixed in one's purpose; SYN. bent on, dead set, intent on, out to.
3. Of metal e.g.; SYN. crumpled, dented.
4. Used especially of the head or upper back; SYN. bowed, inclined.

4. chesty


1. Having a large chest.
2. (Said of women) Having large breasts.

5. disposed


Sinonimi: fain | inclined | prepared

Having made preparations; SYN. fain, inclined, prepared.

6. inclinable


1. Having a tendency or inclination; also; disposed to favor or think well of
2. Capable of being inclined

7. liable


Sinonimi: nonimmune | nonresistant | unresistant

ETYM From French lier to bind, Latin ligare. Related to Ally, Ligature.
1. Held legally responsible.
2. (Often followed by 'to') Likely to be affected with; SYN. nonimmune, nonresistant, unresistant.
3. Subject to legal action.

8. like


Sinonimi: equal | equivalent | same | similar

1. Equal in amount or value; SYN. equal, equivalent, same.
2. Resembling or similar; having the same or some of the same characteristics; often used in combination; SYN. similar.

9. minded


1. (Used in combination) Being of a specified kind of inclination or disposition
2. (Used in combination) Mentally oriented toward something specified

10. prone


Sinonimi: prostrate

ETYM Latin pronus, akin to Greek pro, Skr. pravana sloping, inclined, and also to Latin pro forward, for. Related to Pro-.
1. Having a tendency (to); often used in combination.
2. Lying face downward; SYN. prostrate.

11. propitious


ETYM Latin propitius, perhaps originally a term of augury meaning, flying forward (pro) or well; cf. Skr. pat to fly, Eng. petition, feather.
Presenting favorable circumstances.

12. ready


(Of especially money) Immediately available
1. Brought into readiness
2. Completely prepared or in condition for immediate action or use or progress
3. Mentally disposed

13. subject



ETYM Old Eng. suget, Old Fren. souzget, sougit (in which the first part is Latin subtus below, from sub under), subgiet, subject, French sujet, from Latin subjectus lying under.
Being under the power or sovereignty of another or others SYN. dependent.
Not exempt from tax.

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