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inclined
used in Murder On The Orient Express

9 uses
  • With a slight inclination of her head she passed out of the dining-car.
    3.5 — Part 3 Chapter 5 — The Christian Name of Princess Dragomiroff (60% in)
  • Then he inclined his head.
    2.1 — Part 2 Chapter 1 — The Evidence (96% in)
  • I should be more inclined to suspect you, Mr. MacQueen, if you displayed an inordinate sorrow at your employer's decease.
    2.2 — Part 2 Chapter 2 — The Evidence of the Secretary (23% in)
  • She appeared in the dining-car, inclined her head slightly and sat down opposite Poirot.
    2.6 — Part 2 Chapter 6 — The Evidence of the Russian Princess (49% in)
  • She smiled, inclined her head and departed.
    2.7 — Part 2 Chapter 7 — The Evidence of the Count and Countess.... (95% in)
  • You are inclined to put the cart before the horse.
    2.13 — Part 2 Chapter 13 — Summary of the Passengers' Evidence (62% in)
  • She inclined her head slightly as they departed.
    2.15 — Part 2 Chapter 15 — The Evidence of the Passengers' Luggage (31% in)
  • She no longer felt inclined to smile.
    2.15 — Part 2 Chapter 15 — The Evidence of the Passengers' Luggage (67% in)
  • I incline to the view that someone else dropped the pipe-cleaner-and did so to incriminate the long-legged Englishman.
    3.2 — Part 3 Chapter 2 — Ten Questions (23% in)

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