inclined[ in-klahynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF inclined
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCLINED
But to his surprise he found that Mrs. Rushton was inclined to regard it favorably.
Percival, with his new air of Wall Street operator, was inclined to hesitate.
"I am inclined to the belief that nature is the best preacher," Ashton remarked.
Most people, I fear, wait till they are inclined to seek him.
Instead, she was inclined to boast over her ability to bamboozle men at her will.
But the District Attorney was not inclined to credit the confession.
Mr. Payne was inclined to quarrel with the Tent-Maker on one score only.
The cautious reply is, "I don't know; are you inclined to give me an offer?"
Rather it was the city person's point of view he was inclined to belittle.
This averts any evil that the good people might be inclined to do them.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INCLINED
- be taken in
- easily moved
- fall for
- out on a limb
- sitting duck
- tumble for
- wide open
- go along with
- in accord with
- in favor
- in the mood