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inclined
used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

15 uses
  • Hurrying along at the bottom of the incline, just out of reach of the lapping water, Reynie patted his pockets anxiously.
    p. 403.5
  • Sticky, irritated that Kate hadn't been frightened in the dark drain, was inclined to be skeptical.
    p. 40.4
  • They weren't happy about the news, but neither were they inclined to quit, so Reynie left them to their thumb-wrestling and hurried back to Mr. Benedict's study.
    p. 141.3
  • No, the question is not whether you have the ability to be an Executive you have that in abundance — but whether you have the inclination.
    p. 242.4
  • With a final scramble down a rocky incline, they came to the island shore.
    p. 358.2
  • If they kept low they would not be easily seen; the incline would shield them from view of the Institute.
    p. 358.2
  • Then a shadow detached itself from the rocky incline and took on the general form — if not the exact appearance — of Milligan.
    p. 358.5
  • "But no, as much as he emphasized security, I'm inclined to think he's telling the truth.
    p. 364.9
  • Quite right, S.Q. Unfortunately, there are some people whose natures incline them to be sad when others are happy.
    p. 376.9
  • There was no one on the bridge, the incline concealed him from the rear, and in front of him was nothing but water .... and across it the mainland shore.
    p. 403.8
  • As he left the shore and started up the incline, Reynie considered what to do with the sketch.
    p. 404.3
  • Down the incline, watching his step on the rocks, careful not to get wet, careful not to leave prints.
    p. 404.7
  • And so it was that with longer and longer strides, S.Q. Pedalian hurried across the plaza and down the incline, toward the shore, toward the culvert, toward the place where Reynie, in his anxious hurry, had stacked the two stones just a little less carefully than he'd done the first time — toward the place where one corner of the note stuck out, flickering in the harbor breeze like a tiny white flag of surrender.
    p. 405.7
  • Constance told him she'd have to consider it, but was inclined to accept."
    p. 483.4
  • Inclined to accept.
    p. 483.4

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