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Just remember that even though the trails breeze downhill, you have to hoof back up that same incline.

It’s somewhere near the middle of the pack when it comes to tests per 100,000 people, but you can see a steep incline over the past few months.

A motorized stand in the back of the bike adjusts the incline or decline, which I didn’t find particularly useful.

It became my companion as I struggled up a solitary mountain incline between the Pennsylvania towns of Bedford and Greensburg.

It tackles inclines steeper than the toughest treadmill setting.

Unnervingly, several Turkish tanks in a 30-strong formation on the side of an incline have their guns pointing into Turkey.

Anyway, this spot on Water Street where the café stood was on a marked incline more than two blocks from the water below.

The text: “…as I tackled the relentlessly unforgiving incline of the most famous downhill ski course in the world.”

A very sharp incline in the 1990s, peaking at about 5,000 in March 2000, then a sharp decline before a steady incline.

Instead, try Hollywood Road for gorgeous local treasures and even a tasteful Mao head if you so incline.

The trains were pulled up the incline at the Lickey by powerful stationary engines.

Here, on the incline leading across Butser Hill, may be noticed the beginning of these things.

A little or superficial knowledge may incline a man's mind to atheism; but depth in philosophy bringeth him back to religion.

O Holy Maries, who can change our tears to blossoms, incline quickly an ear unto my grief!

He brought neither his wife nor children to incline the judges in his favor by their sighs and tears.


On this page you'll find 192 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to incline, such as: acclivity, approach, ascent, cant, declivity, and descent.

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