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inclinations

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“If ever there was a time to see past our ethnic, tribal, religious, and political inclinations, this is that time,” he added.

It should go without saying that, whatever your political inclinations, this campaign is both childish and petty.

But democracy also fosters certain habits, inclinations and patterns of thought that restrain government abuse.

For many Americans who have Zionist and liberal inclinations, confronting this reality is both difficult and necessary.

It continues by denouncing the “anti-scientific bias” which treats “non-heterosexual inclinations” as innate and irreversible.

He carried tales, told lies, and tried to make trouble, for no reason but to gratify his inclinations.

He speaks of false prophets, answering out of their own heads and according to their own corrupt inclinations.

She lived in constant communion with God, undisturbed by evil inclinations from within or temptations from without.

We have learned so much lately about self-denial, and crossing one's own inclinations, and enduring hardness.

To his shame, Tootles, who had bourgeois inclinations, suggested that they should save it against the daily ache of the stomach.

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On this page you'll find 86 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inclinations, such as: desire, capability, penchant, aptitude, predisposition, and leaning.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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