Example sentences for: inclinations

How can you use “inclinations” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • For him, it's OK to link economic assistance to the democratic inclinations of a recipient government.

  • It is undoubtedly a serious art collection, but its setting — in a vast replica of a palatial Roman villa — has something of the pretentious inclinations of San Simeon, without Hearst’s pick-and-mix flamboyance.

  • Although it continued to stress the likelihood of a hard-line revolt against perestroika, it did conclude that Mikhail Gorbachev's reformist inclinations were sincere.

  • Castro had not displayed any Communist inclinations in the 1950s, and some suggest that US aggression pushed him to ingratiate himself with the powerful Soviet Union and its Eastern block of potential trading partners.

  • But both are forced to move away from those inclinations toward actual policies that more or less satisfy the voters in the middle, who don't like paying taxes but do like knowing that they won't be stuck with Grandma's medical bills.


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