Examples of inclined in a Sentence
people who are inclined toward volunteering
a special school for children who are inclined toward the arts
Recent Examples of inclined from the Web
And with Canucks fans less inclined to watch the home team play anybody these days, drumming up interest and ticket demand for games against teams other than Montreal and Toronto is a challenge.
Brewers and beer lovers can buy a car kit for $20 and race their cars — on an inclined track in the best Cub Scout tradition — at noon Saturday on the Flying Saucer patio, 111 E. Third St., Fort Worth.
Instead of just fuming, the artistically inclined New Orleans resident immediately designed a subversive T-shirt that superimposed the phrase on a pink Valentine heart.
The president is not a man inclined to put himself in peril.
Sartorially inclined shoppers can then customize details like lapels, linings, pocket placement, and monograms.
As any disaffected, artistically inclined teen can testify, finding your own thoughts and passions mirrored by intellectual greats from the past is a nice ego boost to counter that perpetual self-doubt and flagellation.
As a result, judges have been more inclined to free defendants on their own recognizance while awaiting trial.
The theory goes that as demographics shift, activity that was previously considered normal becomes suspicious, and newcomers—many of whom are white—are more inclined to get law enforcement involved.
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First Known Use of inclined
Synonymsamenable, disposed, fain, game, glad, willing, minded, ready
Antonymsdisinclined, unamenable, unwilling
Related Wordspredisposed, prone; accommodating, agreeable, compliant, cooperative, obedient, obliging, submissive; favorable, receptive; prepared, prompt, quick, responsive, swift; desirous, eager, enthused, enthusiastic, excited
Near Antonymsaverse, loath (also loth or loathe), reluctant, reticent
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