- at an angle to the horizontal or vertical position
"an inclined plane"
- (often followed by `to') having a preference, disposition, or tendency
"wasn't inclined to believe the excuse"
"inclined to be moody"
- He's inclined to violence.
- We are inclined to forget this fact.
- She inclined her head in greeting.
- The pole inclined to the left.
- Most dogs are inclined to be friendly.
- He is inclined to get mad.
- Children are inclined to be disobedient.
- She is inclined to take a nap.
- I inclined my ear to him.
- I am not very musically inclined.
- He is inclined to be lazy.
- I feel inclined to agree with her.
- He is inclined to make light of his father's advice.
- His advice inclined me to change my mind.
- We are inclined to stand up for him.