Synonyms for more inclined
Antonyms for more inclined
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE INCLINED
Thus he was more inclined for manual toil like that of Thomas.
Damascus is more inclined to loafing or to dancing than to reading.
She was no more inclined to be jealous than girls who are in love commonly are.
Clare was more inclined to laugh than before, but she only smiled in the dark.
They declared that they were the more inclined to take him up because of it.
Mr Leigh was more inclined to believe it than Langton had been.
I am sure he was more inclined to pay that sort of attention to me.
Miss Brandon is not more inclined to Whitford balls than you are.'
The Lords were not more inclined than the Commons to favour the Irish.
Smedley was more inclined to be talkative than Jack or the other lads in the boat.
c.1600, "mental tendency," from incline (v.). The literal meaning "slant, slope" is attested from 1846.