inclination

[ in-kluh-ney-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF inclination

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCLINATION

I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so.

Indeed, Madam, you did me justice to say, I have no inclination to marry at all.

But give up an inclination, and there is some merit in that.

What must I think of the man who would wish me to be his wife against my inclination?

In addition to this motive he felt an inclination to probe the matter to its utmost depths.

I did not laugh at her simplicity, nor did I smile or feel any inclination to smile.

There's an inclination on the part of my dear child which I am sorry for.

I have not the present means of complying with such a demand, if I had ever so great an inclination.'

He had wit and humour, with an inclination to satire, which he indulged rather too much.

Being then asked if he had any inclination to eat, he answered in the affirmative.

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