In*clin"a*ble (?), a. [L. inclinabilis. See Incline.]

1.

Leaning; tending.

Likely and inclinable to fall. Bentley.

2.

Having a propensity of will or feeling; leaning in disposition; disposed; propense; as, a mind inclinable to truth.

Whatsoever other sins he may be inclinable to. South.

The very constitution of a multitude is not so inclinable to save as to destroy. Fuller.

 

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