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prone
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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • As the date of their departure back to Hogwarts drew nearer, he became more and more prone to what Mrs Weasley called ’fits of the sul-lens’, in which he would become taciturn and grumpy, often withdrawing to Buckbeak’s room for hours at a time.

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as in: prone to Define
having a tendency (to do something)
as in: prone position Define
lying face downward
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