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inclined (adj) tending to;wanting to do something.
You are inclined to do something when you tend to do it, when you want to do it. People are inclined to distrust politicians; that is, they view politicians with suspicions. She is inclined to postpone things. This means that she has the tendency of postponing; she always wishes to postpone things. A person, who is inclined to be lazy, likes to be lazy. You are inclined to believe something/ agree with something, if you believe/agree with it but not very strongly.
- Men in the past were not favorably inclined to women participating in elections. It took a long time for women to overcome this opposition and get voting rights.
- Though I have to accept the evidence proving his innocence, I am still inclined to suspect his involvement in the crime.