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inclined

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of inclined

  1. 1 having a desire or inclination (as for a specified course of action) <we couldn't have convinced her if she weren't already so inclined> Synonyms amenable, disposed, fain, game, glad, willing, minded, readyRelated Words predisposed, prone; accommodating, agreeable, compliant, cooperative, obedient, obliging, submissive; favorable, receptive; prepared, prompt, quick, responsive, swift; desirous, eager, enthused, enthusiastic, excitedNear Antonyms averse, loath (also loth or loathe), reluctant, reticentAntonyms disinclined, unamenable, unwilling

  2. 2 having a liking or affection <a nightclub strictly for those inclined towards loud music> Synonyms affected, attached, fond, partialRelated Words crazy (about or over), enamored, enraptured, gone (on), infatuated, mad (about), nuts (about); desirous, eager, enthusiastic, excited, gung ho, keenNear Antonyms apathetic, cool, indifferent, uninterested; contemptuous, disdainful, scornful; antagonistic, antipathetic, hostile; alienated, disaffected, disenchanted, estrangedAntonyms allergic, averse, disinclined

  3. 3 having a tendency to be or act in a certain way <a kindly couple who are inclined to be helpful to strangers> Synonyms apt, given, prone, tendingRelated Words choosing, preferring; disposed, liable, likely, minded, predisposed, willingNear Antonyms averse, disinclined, indisposed, loath (also loth or loathe), unwilling

  4. 4 running in a slanting direction <the highway ramps and other inclined roadways were treacherous during the ice storm> Synonyms cant, canted, graded, diagonal, leaning, listing, oblique, pitched, raked, slant, slanted, slantwise, sloped, sloping, tilted, tiltingNear Antonyms horizontal, level; plumb, up-and-down, vertical; parallel, perpendicular





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