Example sentences for: inclined

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

  • You clearly are inclined to evaluate things philosophically, an approach for which Prudie has admiration.

  • Of course, it's true that there are a lot of World War II-era vets who aren't inclined to relive the battlefield horrors they experienced.

  • I am not inclined to judge him.

  • The Japanese spell and pronounce what they hear and are accustomed to pronounce, much as Americans are inclined to say “Kindagarden,” “ekscape,” “lawnjeray,” “asterik,” and “ekcetera.”

  • Readers inclined to think of prostitution as a victimless crime are encouraged to read the first-rate piece about the international flesh market by Michael Specter on the front of yesterday's NYT . Specter reveals that the latest trend is Slavic women, who are lured by false ads from the Ukraine in great numbers to such countries as Italy and Israel where whoremasters confiscate their passports and work them until they are arrested and deported.


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