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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The trend towards younger, more analytics-inclined managers began a long time ago.
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.
There was much to tell, though Richmond never seemed inclined to talk about himself.
And more fundamentally, getting things done in the Senate is all about working constructively with other senators; a bunch of mavericks may not be so inclined.
As a high-society woman, Lee knew how to throw memorable parties to woo men who might not be so inclined to listen to a middle-aged woman.
Customers who are so inclined can see right into the kitchen and watch as the food is being made.
But with Elliott likely gone, Seattle might be even more inclined to be happy enough to keep Lane around.
Those who are so inclined can participate in orientation sessions about deep sea diving, which will include instruction on operating sonars and using underwater navigation systems.
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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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