Thesaurus / incline

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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.
However, in their last moments we incline rather to praise Nikias than to blame Crassus.
Thrust the closed end of an empty test-tube into water, and incline the tube.
Or had her heart come to incline toward him despite the supposed gulf of bloodshed that parted them?
A GENTLEMAN PLAYERROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
The words shaft, incline, and tunnel have been handled with careless meanings by mining men.
THE BUSINESS OF MININGARTHUR J. HOSKIN
They are not very good novels; they incline to sentimental melodrama.
He quickly darted up an incline toward some cedars, which he saw grew thicker and thicker higher up the slope.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S CRUISEBURT L. STANDISH
The young sheep and lambs are the only ones that incline first to taste and then eat it.

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