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Adjective
Having, or running in, a slanted or oblique direction
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“The inclined tower of the church is of Romanesque style.”
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Prone or disposed to a type of behavior
“Even the students most inclined to showing off, the ones with an aching, holdover need to be recognized as special, eventually succumbed to the collaborative nature of the reading.”
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Ready or willing to do something
“This shows that Albert is still inclined to returning to the tradition of his fathers.”
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Having affection or warm regard for
“It could be said that he was someone who was inclined towards the royal family.”
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Showing enthusiasm or displaying positive energy about something
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Sharply curved or having an angle
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(of a person) Easily influenced by feelings or emotions
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Showing bias or partiality
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Eagerly wishing or wanting of something or someone
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Controlled or managed accordingly
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Having a greater-than-even chance of occurring
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Physically and mentally dependent on a particular substance
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Familiar through use
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To have been persuaded based on available information
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“Obesity is not funny, and my personal experience of it doesn't incline me to humor, nor to condemnation.”
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To have caused a response after a particular event
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To have convinced or manipulated
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Past tense for to lean or turn away from a given plane or direction, especially the vertical or horizontal
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“The patient would naturally incline his body toward the affected side and relax the muscles attached to the pelvis.”
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Past tense for to bow, dip or lower down
“A hiss from one of the ladies stopped Elizabeth in her tracks, and she collected herself, blinked, and forced herself to incline her head in greeting.”
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Past tense for to turn, move or face in another direction
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“It will be observed that these incline sharply to the right after crossing the farm road leading to Carleith, and that they continue to hug the road to Duntocher more or less closely thereafter.”
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Past tense for to feel favorably disposed towards someone or something
“Just like Jin, many young people, even though they have a quite good income, still incline to buy small apartments.”
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(of land or a natural feature) Past tense for to incline upwards
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Past tense for to cause (someone) to have a liking for or interest in something
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Past tense for to cause to be liked
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Past tense for to develop or increase in amount, value or degree
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Past tense for to bend one's body forwards and downwards
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Past tense for to point or aim something
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Past tense for make an unjust or prejudicial distinction in the treatment of different categories of people, especially on the grounds of race, sex, or age
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Past tense for to be very close to, physically or figuratively
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Past tense for to change another's belief, especially regarding religion
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Past tense for to bend the head or upper part of the body as a sign of respect, greeting, or shame
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Past tense for to wish or desire for
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Past tense for to move around or sideways unsteadily
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