Noun(1) an elevated geological formation(2) an inclined surface connecting two levels
Verb(1) have a tendency or disposition to do or be something; be inclined(2) bend or turn (one's ear(3) lower or bend (the head or upper body(4) be at an angle(5) feel favorably disposed or willing(6) make receptive or willing towards an action or attitude or belief
(1) Karthan looked ahead, but a small incline in the road prevented him from seeing more than half a mile ahead.(2) Lorry drivers had already hurried down to nearby Jungle CafÔö£┬« to alert emergency services, while others were using ropes to help haul the injured up a steep incline to the road.(3) Then, with at least some of the root-causers, their political sympathies and antipathies naturally incline them towards apologia.(4) The four-wheel drive is essential because of the incline of the roads and the ice and snow that often cover them.(5) At the top of the next incline , the road would change to a downhill slope and start back into the city.(6) Going up an incline on a main road or motorway frequently involves going down to 4th gear.(7) I incline to disagree with them, but I respect them.(8) I incline to the view that this conclusion is untenable(9) the road climbs a long incline through a forest(10) For what it's worth, I incline to the latter position.(11) The first 20 minutes were nasty, with a steady incline in the road and the toxic buildup of second-hand smoke in our lungs from the night before.(12) Hence we must find another interpretation for Leibniz's statement that our motives and desires may incline us, or influence us, to choose without thereby necessitating us to choose.(13) the bunker doors incline outward(14) Just like Jin, many young people, even though they have a quite good income, still incline to buy small apartments.(15) Rather it is designed to advise the parties of facts upon which they can make an informed decision as to whether the judge's interest could possibly incline him or her to pre-judge the issues.(16) If pressed, I incline towards the latter hypothesis.
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Different Formsincline, inclined, inclines, inclining
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