Part of speech:
A strong wish or craving
The act of a person or thing that leans
A point of view, attitude, or opinion
The condition of being predisposed; inclination or tendency; predilection
A framework transverse to the length of a structure, for supporting lateral as well as vertical loads
The bulge in the side of the ball (the bowl) that causes it to roll in a curve
A special liking for something; a preference.
Prejudice or bias in favor of something.
A natural or habitual tendency or inclination, esp. toward something discreditable
Something, such as a tie, band, or fastener, that attaches one thing to another.
The definition of capacity is the ability of someone or something to hold something.
An inclination; taste
The granting of precedence or advantage to one country or group of countries in levying duties or in other matters of international trade.
A tendency or trend in some particular sphere of activity
The capacity to be affected by deep emotions or strong feelings; sensitivity.
A special fondness or inclination:
A place (a ford) along a river where the water is shallow enough to permit crossing to the opposite side.
The general direction of a coast, river, road, etc.
A momentary shock or scare:
An electrical signal traveling along the axon of a neuron. Nerve impulses excite or inhibit activity in other neurons or in the tissues of the body, such as muscles and glands.
Power to attract; charm or fascination
A tender feeling toward another; fondness.
In medieval physiology, any of the four conditions of body and mind (sanguine, phlegmatic, choleric or bilious, and melancholic ) attributed to an excess of one of the four corresponding humors
Arbitrary thought or impulse:
The definition of an idiosyncrasy is an unusual behavior, mannerism or reaction of a person or group of people.
An involuntary tendency to perform a given activity; an instinct:
(Heraldry) A band passing from the upper dexter corner of an escutcheon to the lower sinister corner.
The definition of a grade is a way of rating the quality, worth, rank or order of things or how well someone performed.
A reduction of a rating, as a financial or credit rating.
An inclined surface; a slope or gradient:
A steep downward slope.
(Mathematics) The rate at which an ordinate of a point of a line on a coordinate plane changes with respect to a change in the abscissa.
2013 January 1, Katie L. Burke, “Ecological Dependency”, American Scientist, volume 101, number 1, page 64:
A concave bend or curve where a handrail or coping changes its direction, as at a staircase landing
A tool consisting of a rule with a movable arm, used in measuring or marking angles and in fixing surfaces at an angle
An upward slope of ground
A row or panel of items stored or grouped together.
A tilt or an inclination away from the vertical.
A preference, inclination, or bias:
A stroke with such a bow
The definition of a hill is a small mound, pile or rounded part of earth.
The definition of disposed is someone with the tendency to do something or act in a certain way.
Having a specified tendency or disposition; inclined:
An affectation is defined as a pretentious and fake action or change in speech or behavior intended to get the attention of other people.
Appetite is defined as a passion for something.
A way leading up; upward slope; acclivity
Descent is defined as going downward or falling, the decline of a population or area's moral values, or an individual's ethnic background.
(Informal, Dial.) A choice or preference
An opinion or notion formed without much reflection; an impression.
The definition of a gradient is a rate of an incline.
Judgment, opinion, or view.
A particular state of mind or feeling; humor or temper
A leaning toward one side in a lawsuit; an opinion held favoring one side without having heard the case; a predisposition or bias. See also dismissal (dismissal with prejudice) and (dismissal without prejudice).
The process of or an action or instance of coming to prominence.
An inclination to move or act in a particular direction or way; constant disposition to some action or state; leaning; bias; propensity; bent
The positive, or negative, attraction of a plant or sessile animal toward, or away from, a stimulus, as in the turning of a sunflower toward the light
A mere wish that does not lead to the slightest action
The slope of a mountain or mountain chain
The thing desired or longed for
The definition of an aversion is a dislike or distaste for something or someone, or a desire to avoid something or someone.
(Mining) A fissure or mineral vein traversing the strata vertically, or nearly so.
The definition of a tip is secret information or advice given to be helpful.
(geometry) the angle formed by the x-axis and a given line (measured counterclockwise from the positive half of the x-axis)
(astronomy) the angle between the plane of the orbit and the plane of the ecliptic stated in degrees
A sauce for dipping.
(physics) the angle that a magnetic needle makes with the plane of the horizon
The angle that a magnetic needle makes with the horizontal plane at any specific location. The magnetic inclination is 0° at the magnetic equator and 90° at each of the magnetic poles.
- Proclivity usually suggests strong inclination as a result of habitual indulgence, usually toward something bad or wrong a proclivity to falsehood
- Bent and propensity imply a natural or inherent inclination coupled with a skill or ability, the latter also connoting an almost uncontrollable attraction she has a bent for art, he has a propensity for getting into trouble
- Leaning suggests a general inclination toward something but implies only the direction of attraction and not the final choice Dr. Green had always had a leaning toward the study of law
- Inclination refers to a more or less vague mental disposition toward some action, practice, or thing he had an inclination to refuse
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