inclined

[in-klahynd]
adjective
  1. deviating in direction from the horizontal or vertical; sloping.
  2. disposed; of a mind (usually followed by to): He was inclined to stay.
  3. having a physical tendency; leaning.
  4. tending in a direction that makes an angle with anything else.

Origin of inclined

First recorded in 1350–1400, inclined is from the Middle English word enclyned. See incline, -ed2
Related formshalf-in·clined, adjectivequa·si-in·clined, adjectiveun·in·clined, adjectivewell-in·clined, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for inclined to

inclined

adjective
  1. (postpositive often foll by to) having a disposition; tending
  2. sloping or slanting
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Idioms and Phrases with inclined to

inclined to

Tending or disposed toward, as in I'm inclined to give him the benefit of the doubt. [Mid-1300s]

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