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Definition of Inclined

  • Having a leaning or tendency towards, or away from, a thing; disposed or moved by wish, desire, or judgment; as, a man inclined to virtue.
  • Making an angle with some line or plane; -- said of a line or plane.
  • Bent out of a perpendicular position, or into a curve with the convex side uppermost.
  • at an angle to the horizontal or vertical position
  • (often followed by `to') having a preference, disposition, or tendency

How to use inclined in a sentence. Inclined pronunciation.

The sidewalk was of boards that were more or less loose and inclined to rattle when walked upon.
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So far as I am concerned, I am inclined for anything rather than jesting.
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As for Dorothea and myself-neither of us is inclined to interfere in your concerns, but neither will we permit another-be he whom he may-to interfere in ours.
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She could not indeed bring herself to believe in Sirona's guilt at all, for she was heartily well disposed towards her; besides-though it, no doubt, was not right-her motherly vanity inclined her to believe that if the handsome young woman had indeed sinned, she would have preferred her fine tall Polykarp-whose roses and flaming glances she blamed in all sincerity-to this shaggy, wild-looking graybeard.
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She felt that she was very superior to Hermas, and her position was now too grave a one for her to feel inclined to play any more.
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To the ordinary civilities of her host and hostess she replied softly, modestly, in the manner of a very young and timid girl; save when addressed, she kept silence, and sat with head inclined; a virginal freshness breathed about her; she ate very little, and that without her usual gusto, but rather as if performing a dainty ceremony.
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Daily duties called for attention, and she was not at all inclined to talk further with Louise.
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But shouldst thou ever be inclined by God's Spirit to pray thus, without doubt or scruple, in a filial temper, and with simplicity of heart, resting on the true foundation, and in genuine faith, then pray thus by all means!
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The primary symptoms had indicated inflammation of the stomach, which the attending physician had hopelessly combated, and finally, when by metastasis it attacked the brain, with other unfavorable symptoms, he was inclined to abandon the case in despair.
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Suddenly it occurred to him that the widow of a friend just dead was possessed of large means, and she might be inclined to help him.
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Nancy was no longer inclined to study, and cared little for reading of any sort.
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He himself was inclined to see his behaviour in that light; yet why had Nancy so smoothed the path of temptation?
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Beatrice was much inclined to resent this tone, and to use her vernacular.
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Jessica, after her illness, was inclined to resent this extreme caution, which irritated her curiosity; but in vain she assured Nancy that there was not the least fear of her letters falling into wrong hands.
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Nancy was inclined, once more, to reproach herself, and listened with patience whilst her relative continued talking in grave kindly tones.
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The Boxing World_ had not thought of offering any free-gifts, but on learning that BOSWELL had written a Life of JOHNSON seemed inclined to reconsider their decision.
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Camors protested, with a sinister smile, that he felt very much inclined to fulfil the prophecy of his host; and they reentered the dining-room to find the circle increased by the arrival of several visitors.
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He was inclined to believe that Madame de Campvallon possessed a much less complicated character than he had fancied; and that little by little absorbed in daily trifles, she had become in reality what she pretended to be-a good woman, inoffensive, and contented with her lot.
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As he went on speaking her air became more grave; she listened to him, her head a little inclined toward him in an attitude of overpowering interest, throwing upon him at intervals a glance full of gloomy fire.
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The young man, however, was inclined to grumble.
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Examples of Inclined

Example #1
In the middle of the town, opposite the stores, was the "plaza" which is native to all towns beyond the Rocky Mountains -a large, unfenced, level vacancy, with a liberty pole in it, and very useful as a place for public auctions, horse trades, and mass meetings, and likewise for teamsters to camp in.
Example #2
They were packed close together, side by side, as if room were scarce in that mighty plain.
Example #3
I would have you to understand that I will never let Caesar's uniform, which I wear, be stained by disgrace, and that I am minded to search your house, and if I find my undutiful wife and your son within its walls, I will carry them and you before the judge, and sue for my rights.
Example #4
Your sons may make free to take their pleasure among the wives of the heathen; it only remains to be proved whether the heathen husbands will be trifled with or not.
Example #5
This threshold shall never be crossed by any but those to whom I grant permission, or by the emperor's judge, to whom I must yield.
Example #6
You, I forbid to enter.