He wondered if Teabing’s penchant for spreading the wealth had gotten him in trouble somehow; the French authorities seemed very intent on containing him.
Vernet’s credit card records showed a penchant for art books, expensive wine, and classical CD’s—mostly Brahms—which he apparently enjoyed on an exceptionally high-end stereo system he had purchased several years ago.
The venerated Jacques Saunière had a renowned penchant for privacy and granted very few meetings; Langdon was grateful simply for the opportunity to meet him.
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She has a penchant for peppering her speech with politically incorrect expressions and opinions.