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
LeBron, though, was less inclined to make a decisive remark about a potential championship visit to the Trump White House.
The target audience of The Expanse is heavily inclined toward digital consumption.
Joe Donnelly of Indiana, Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Jon Tester of Montana—will not welcome an opportunity to go on record against modest reform and may be inclined to vote yes.
The paper goes on to say that grateful counterparts have a tendency to be perceived as more forgiving, more inclined to cancel a debt, look the other way, settle for less.
The problem is that when the bureaucracy gets something right, schools may be less inclined to look to the bureaucracy for direction.
As shows get more expensive to mount, producers are less inclined to take risks on unknown titles.
The less romantically inclined can either record the live coverage and watch it later, or simply wait for reruns of it on Saturday, at a less bleary-eyed hour.
Also, the proposal ignores the fact that Tehran would hardly feel inclined to agree to any amendment that would tighten rather than sweeten the JCPOA.
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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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