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Spell check of inclined

Correct spelling: inclined

listing, tipped, canted, amenable, aslope, predisposed, tilting, abandoned, high-pitched, tilted, flawed, leaning, indirect, gifted, wedded, adaptive, addicted, habituated, liable, prepared, expert, accomplished, slantwise, oblique, skew, willing, cant, bevelled, sloping, biased, born, flexible, bowed, transliterate, attached, affected, disposed, able, diagonal, clingy, classy, crooked, apt, prone, devious, slanting, sloped, fond, zigzag, skewed, ready, crosswise, beveled, capable, game, accustomed, delighted, accident-prone, pitched, winding, deviated, atilt, good, unerect, experienced, sidelong, leaned, slanted, lopsided, minded, salient, constitutionally, tended, interested, bevel, likely, partial, skillful, raked, aslant, angled, irregular, yielding, bent, askew, badass, graded, glad, given, fain, tending, low-pitched, uneven, obliging, given up, devoted, babyish, addictive.

disaffected, naiant, plumb, antagonistic, alienated, antipathetic, scornful, swimming, unamenable, flat, disenchanted, indisposed, disdainful, estranged, apathetic, perpendicular, unsloped, up-and-down, level, averse, unaccustomed, contemptuous, upended, indifferent, hostile, vertical, allergic, reticent, reluctant, crosswise, parallel, upright, loath, unwilling, disinclined, cool, horizontal, uninterested.

Examples of usage:

1) He was inclined to be lonely, and said as much at dinner. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) " I'm inclined to fancy you would discover one or two things that would make it difficult," answered Nasmyth dryly. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) Is there anybody else you feel inclined to ask about? - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.