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more inclined

adjective as in having a preference

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Example Sentences

The sport was more inclined towards beautiful Barbie skaters, women like Nancy Kerrigan.

The team of rivals rarely achieved a spirit of cooperation and seemed more inclined to bitter, dogged rivalries.

It would probably not have made the international community more inclined to act militarily to protect Syrian civilians.

As such, Republicans have been more inclined to push legal boundaries to please donors.

Authorities may have been more inclined to cut him a break because he had served in the Marine Corps.

He is more inclined to be restless than to be haughty or disdainful; he is only uncomfortable to himself.

Nor were the nobles more inclined to exchange the bishops for other rulers, especially if these were to be the Dukes of Burgundy.

"I feel much more inclined to sit here and think this whole thing over," Hal answered, pointing to the lying sheet.

And the good lady was no more inclined than her son to take trouble and expose herself to unpleasantness for any one else's sake.

They declared that they were the more inclined to take him up because of it.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inclined, such as: apt, prone, willing, disposed, given, and predisposed.

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