Examples of inclined in a Sentence
people who are inclined toward volunteering
a special school for children who are inclined toward the arts
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That didn’t change until Prohibition in the 1920s, when the city suddenly became a hot destination for soldiers at Fort Bliss in El Paso—and others so inclined—to come and imbibe legally.
The trend towards younger, more analytics-inclined managers began a long time ago.
There was much to tell, though Richmond never seemed inclined to talk about himself.
At least to the point where Jack may have felt inclined to chime in on all this fan speculation.
Not every musician is inclined to comb cyberspace for collaborators.
The Penguins, winners of four of their past five games, have been inclined to take penalties.
Barton is more inclined to think that social behavior is just one of many factors pushing toward bigger brains.
This, however, was only an informal association of horizontally inclined (reclined?) gentlemen who wanted to get their rest during two-a-days in training camp.
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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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