V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. having a certain tendency or preference; 2. having a slope, lean, or angle

Synonyms: apt, prone, likely, disposed, leaning, sloped

Antonyms: disinclined, unlikely

Tips: Like inclined, the noun inclination can refer to either a mental, personal, or physical leaning towards or away from something. If you are disinclined to do something, you would prefer not to do it.

Usage Examples:

I am inclined to accept his invitation because I think he is a kind man. (likely, apt, leaning toward)

As a mountain biker, I have a certain inclination for steep, challenging inclines. (liking, disposition) noun

I'm inclined to believe him because he's never lied to me before. (apt, disposed, likely)

Jim is inclined to lie and exaggerate, so I would be circumspect of his story. (prone, disposed, likely)

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