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 feel naturally inclined to put that into our work.
In Utah, defense attorney Colleen Coebergh questions if the requirement has made any difference, since judges are inclined to agree with case workers seeking permission to remove a child.
Most Republicans think President Trump and Kim Jong Un compromised equally in their summit meeting, while Democrats are inclined to think Trump compromised more.
Nor were Africans and African Americans somehow naturally inclined to be Christian in evangelical and Protestant ways.
Sittenfeld proves adept at quickly establishing characters in whom the reader feels inclined to invest immediately.
And both Nunez and Nelson agreed, the change from flight attendants giving the instructions verbally to delivering them via video, as approximately two-thirds of all flights do now, has made people feel even less inclined to listen.
Experts also point to shifting attitudes about family life among Millennials, who are more inclined to delay childbirth.
Some have speculated that Kavanaugh’s position on Trump’s shortlist made Kennedy more inclined to retire.
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INCLINED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inclined for English Language Learners
: wanting to do something or likely to do something
: having an interest in or a talent for something
: having a slope
INCLINED Defined for Kids
Definition of inclined for Students
- He was not inclined to answer.
- The door is inclined to stick.
- an inclined surface
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