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


She did not think it; he seemed to have no leanings that way either.

My leanings—my instincts, if you prefer it—were with the Crown.

Baldwin's leanings, so far as he had any, were in the same direction.

His leanings were all towards the old standards of thought and style.

Leanings and inclinations are inherited not less than bodily peculiarities.

Will be better out of Germany altogether, with his French leanings.

If the leanings of the paper were distasteful to the readers, they ceased to buy the paper.

Meanwhile, the Spanish leanings of Charles had been intensified.

Any professor with leanings to Kant or Comte was sent to Coventry.

And that leanings toward this doctrine were to be found in the Zohar they could not deny.