- But great as the pressure was, he felt no inclination now to yield to it.4.8 — Book 4 Chapter 8 — The Stairs of Cirith Ungol (29% in)
- Now that the despair of the impassable Gate was behind him, he did not feel so inclined as his master to take no thought for their livelihood beyond the end of their errand; and anyway it seemed wiser to him to save the waybread of the Elves for worse times ahead.4.4 — Book 4 Chapter 4 — Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit (28% in)
- The passage ran straight at last, up an incline; and at the end, wide open, were great double doors, leading probably to deep chambers far below the high horn of the tower.4.10 — Book 4 Chapter 10 — The Choices of Master Samwise (97% in)
There are no more uses of "inclined" in The Two Towers.
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