so inclined


: wanting to do something or likely to do something
Feel free to leave early if you're so inclined.

Examples of so inclined in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The announcement came with a sign-up sheet encouraging anyone so inclined to learn more. Kate Aronoff, The New Republic, 21 Sep. 2023 Best known as a surf beach, the shore all but disappears at high tide, but the views and swells are well worth the trip for those so inclined. Karen Ruffini, Travel + Leisure, 5 Mar. 2023 They can be tri-amped and tri-wired, so extremists can throw six MC1.25KW amps at them if so inclined. Robert Ross, Robb Report, 11 Nov. 2022 For students so inclined, putting on makeup can be a problem that a lighted makeup mirror can solve. Leanne Italile, Chicago Tribune, 20 July 2022 Those who feel so inclined to ramp things up to the maximum coverage of $1,100 can certainly do so. Xl Media, cleveland, 12 May 2022 Admission is free, and guests are encouraged to observe artists from a respectful distance; any artists so inclined are welcome to submit their work to a juried competition. Todd Plummer, Condé Nast Traveler, 29 Apr. 2022 And all of Zooniverse’s code is open source, available for researchers and volunteers alike to view and, if so inclined, improve. Alison Klesman, Discover Magazine, 23 Dec. 2021 When my mother died in 2012, there were nine inheritors, but the children were too old to farm and none of the grandchildren were so inclined. WSJ, 24 Oct. 2021 See More

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“So inclined.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 6 Dec. 2023.

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