Origin of inclinable
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Examples from the Web for inclinable
No, no, madam, the poor man's inclinable enough to lie still.The Beaux-Stratagem
For his design is, to make them, if he can, inclinable to serve him.
I am inclinable to think that they know'd no more of this land than what came within the Limits of their sight.
I can hardly believe I shall meet with any inclinable to quarrell me for the number of 24.A Philosophicall Essay for the Reunion of the Languages
Your honour indeed told me so, said Mrs. Jervis: but I never found her inclinable to think herself in a fault.Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded
- (postpositive usually foll by to) having an inclination or tendency (to); disposed (to)
- capable of being inclined
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Word Origin and History for inclinable
"amenable, disposed," mid-15c., from Old French enclinable and directly from Latin inclinabilis, from inclinare (see incline).
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