- The bus sped across the ravine, up the incline to Squirrel Hill.p. 340.5
- And even though Norah was inclined to agree with her now, she felt obligated to defend David, who through his own sadness had taken care of everything: the quiet unattended burial, the explanations to friends, the swift tidying up of the ragged ends of grief.p. 43.8
There are no more uses of "inclined" in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter.
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