(often followed by `to') having a preference, disposition, or tendency
"wasn't inclined to believe the excuse"; "inclined to be moody"
at an angle to the horizontal or vertical position
"an inclined plane"
disposed(p), fain, inclined(p), preparedadjective
having made preparations
"prepared to take risks"
At an angle to the horizontal; slanted or sloped.
The take-off ramp was inclined at 20 degrees.
Having a tendency, preference, likelihood, or disposition.
I am inclined to believe you.
having a leaning or tendency towards, or away from, a thing; disposed or moved by wish, desire, or judgment; as, a man inclined to virtue
making an angle with some line or plane; -- said of a line or plane
bent out of a perpendicular position, or into a curve with the convex side uppermost
Inclined is a 1998 Juno Award nominated musical album.
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Rank popularity for the word 'inclined' in Adjectives Frequency: #861
The numerical value of inclined in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of inclined in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Our government believes that Canada has a role in fighting the so-called Islamic State terrorists, stopping their campaign of genocide, and we are inclined to continue with that fight.
They prefer to operate from locations with either lax or under-resourced law enforcement or places that are inclined to turn a blind eye to their activities, if the powers that be are willing to allow operations to continue in exchange for a degree of protection for local businesses, it's not surprising to see attackers making an effort to accommodate that requirement.
When a national discourse paints a passion or an effect, one feels within oneself the truth of what one reads, which was there before, although one did not know it. Hence one is inclined to love him who makes us feel it, for he has not shown us his own riches, but ours.
The markets tend to ignore political risk, which generally has little influence over the real economy. But maybe they should be concerned this time, almost inconceivable six months ago, the election by the end of the year of an openly protectionist president inclined to renegotiate federal debt is now plausible in the United States.
I had been inclined to take the shot fairly early on in the discussions. But you hold back the decision until you have to make it. And in the end, what I very much appreciated, was the degree to which we had an honest debate, it was, in that way, emblematic of presidential decision-making, you're always working with probabilities.
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