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Karen didn't feel inclined to help.
A full fitness suite is available for your use, if you are so inclined.
Younger people seem more inclined to save money than their parents.
Joe is inclined to be moody.
Most animals are inclined to run when they feel threatened or frightened.
Some people are more inclined towards philosophy than others.
This is the British English definition of inclined. View American English definition of inclined.
to kill someone in a violent way