inclining inclining


  • (n) the act of inclining; bending forward


  1. Of all the dapper gentlemen, none was more inspired and self-confident than Arnold Rothstein, a sleek Jew inclining to flesh in his late forties.
  2. Such conditions breed trouble, according to a recent report by the IPPR that identified the factors inclining a child to criminality.
  3. It is therefore probable that in inclining toward Anglo-Italian proposals for a reparations policy Premier Theunis became caught in the cross-firing of the French.


  1. Why One Key Iraq-War Supporter Is Hopeful About the Nuclear Deal With Iran

    In 2003, Bill Keller of the New York Times wrote , “Kenneth Pollack, the Clinton National Security Council expert whose argument for invading Iraq is surely the most influential book of this season, has provided intellectual cover for every liberal who finds himself inclining toward war but uneasy about Mr. Bush.” A decade later, Pollack, a former CIA intelligence officer and now an expert in ...
    on November 27, 2013     Source: New York Magazine

  2. Indonesia Construction Equipment Industry Outlook to 2017 - Hydraulic Excavators and Earthmoving Equipments Gaining ...

    Indonesia Construction Equipment Market Future Growth Led by Inclining Contribution of Earthmoving and Tunneling Equipments Sales, According to a New Research Report by Ken Research. (PRWeb November 22, 2013) Read the full story at
    on November 22, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  • "He hasn't been ruled out [of the Arc], but we're inclining towards the Canadian International," Stoute said.
    on Sep 22, 2009 By: Michael Stoute Source:

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infatuated infatuated
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