- He regretted that she did not feel inclined to go with him and select new fixtures.Chapter 18 (5% in)
- Old Monsieur Farival was up, and was more than half inclined to do anything that suggested itself.Chapter 12 (14% in)
- They were very playful and inclined to talk—to do anything but lie quiet and go to sleep.Chapter 15 (54% in)
- Mr. Pontellier himself had no particular leaning toward horseracing, and was even rather inclined to discourage it as a pastime, especially when he considered the fate of that blue-grass farm in Kentucky.Chapter 23 (65% in)
- She answered in as light and bantering a spirit as she fancied it deserved, and said she would be glad to have him look in upon her at work whenever he felt the inclination and his business gave him the opportunity.Chapter 26 (8% in)
There are no more uses of "inclined" in The Awakening.
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