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Pronunciation:

[ɪnklɪnˈe͡ɪʃənz], [ɪnklɪnˈe‍ɪʃənz], [ɪ_n_k_l_ɪ_n_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n_z]
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Synonyms for Inclinations:

tendencies (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Inclinations:

  1. stations, nations;
  2. sensations, frustrations, mutations, relations, ovations, rotations, gyrations, citations, donations, durations, notations, vocations, privations, quotations, temptations, dalmatians, locations, vibrations, creations, translations, formations;
  3. destinations, compensations, condemnations, alterations, publications, restorations, complications, computations, celebrations, allegations, exclamations, explorations, incarnations, preparations, emanations, presentations, duplications, occupations, applications, degradations, medications, resignations, generations, consecrations, affirmations, irritations, declarations, terminations, invitations, congregations, deprivations, connotations, expectations, variations, explanations, correlations, desecrations, violations, combinations, cancellations, adaptations, calculations, observations, corporations, recitations, confirmations, meditations, appalachians, fabrications, reputations, decorations, illustrations, transformations, revelations, ministrations, circulations, speculations, appellations, indications, federations, stipulations, allocations, imitations, designations, proclamations, conjugations, limitations, formulations, concentrations, expirations, valuations, conversations, implications, accusations, confrontations, demonstrations, operations, litigations, separations, graduations, situations, aspirations, simulations, reservations, fluctuations, deviations, delegations, amputations, consultations, altercations, aberrations, inspirations, elevations, motivations, obligations, oscillations, estimations, machinations, populations;
  4. discolorations, magnifications, representations, manifestations, insinuations, exaggerations, incorporations, examinations, anticipations, denunciations, communications, miscalculations, consolidations, interpretations, organizations, modifications, appropriations, accreditations, mobilizations, expropriations, evaluations, evacuations, associations, negotiations, improvisations, commemorations, determinations, preoccupations, considerations, inaugurations, deliberations, humiliations, interrogations, qualifications, denominations, classifications, congratulations, solicitations, imaginations, accumulations, approximations, justifications, certifications, affiliations, reverberations, configurations, originations, recommendations, pronunciations, investigations, authorizations, accommodations;
  5. misrepresentations, identifications, characterizations;

Quotes for Inclinations:

  1. The most beautiful as well as the most ugly inclinations of man are not part of a fixed biologically given human nature, but result from the social process which creates man. Erich Fromm.
  2. There is a serene and settled majesty to woodland scenery that enters into the soul and delights and elevates it, and fills it with noble inclinations Washington Irving.
  3. Most of the vices and mortal sins condemned today correspond to inclinations that were purely adaptive or at least harmless in primitive man. Konrad Lorenz.

Adjectives for Inclinations:

  • itural,
  • excessively haughty,
  • gracious ambassadorial,
  • distinct carnal,
  • unwholesome and irregular,
  • optimum orbital,
  • unfavorable orbital,
  • rampant prehistoric,
  • evil or morally decadent,
  • overly satanic,
  • unhealthy parental,
  • criminal or faulty,
  • harmless, virtuous,
  • single and quiet,
  • sincere heartfelt,
  • homicidical,
  • legitimately natural,
  • gentle but graceful,
  • intimately brief,
  • strongly dishonest,
  • sociable but immoderate,
  • natural and servile,
  • striking apparent,
  • sudden and nearly ungovernable,
  • loving, complete,
  • double or diagonal,
  • ill-timedly humorous,
  • unwarranted and ill-timedly humorous,
  • plexional,
  • smallest orbital,
  • naughty lewd,
  • historical or naturalistic,
  • philosophic, historical or naturalistic,
  • same sight-seeing,
  • same eclectic,
  • sufficient revolutionary,
  • morally decadent,
  • weak magical,
  • somewhat doctrinaire,
  • carnal and natural,
  • innate violent,
  • naturally irregular,
  • slight and grave,
  • certain mindless,
  • solitary evil,
  • eternal and loving,
  • slight, courteous,
  • natural lawless,
  • harmless and common,
  • well-nigh irrepressible,
  • indolent and vicious,
  • political or sexual,
  • instinctive slight,
  • innermost and deepest,
  • feudal political,
  • generally full,
  • least sexual,
  • late much,
  • nearly ungovernable,
  • rather unhealthy,
  • low, ironical,
  • strongest present,
  • supposedly romantic,
  • natural hereditary,
  • simple slow,
  • lower material,
  • natural evil,
  • old murderous,
  • little decorous,
  • certain helpless,
  • rather robust,
  • certain spontaneous,
  • certain corporeal,
  • high orbital,
  • similar sexual,
  • almost imperative,
  • strangely strong,
  • actually visible,
  • altogether inappropriate,
  • mostly natural,
  • least evil,
  • profound and silent,
  • tolerably steep,
  • current orbital,
  • perhaps personal,
  • actually less,
  • premature sexual,
  • own traitorous,
  • own harmless,
  • calm, proud,
  • proper natural,
  • new orbital,
  • less judicious,
  • simple childlike,
  • sudden, strong,
  • increasingly strong,
  • own warlike,
  • own pious,
  • true romantic,
  • same vicious,
  • more unnatural,
  • much gentler,
  • quite legitimate,
  • more murderous,
  • strong spiritual,
  • slight little,
  • mere artistic,
  • last sharp,
  • perfectly understandable,
  • other vicious,
  • less or greater,
  • formal little,
  • such favorable,
  • fast-rising,
  • lofty and noble,
  • almost unbounded,
  • own deepest,
  • same unfortunate,
  • great nervous,
  • gracious little,
  • comet-like,
  • various natural,
  • same savage,
  • next largest,
  • horrible, horrible,
  • present high,
  • rather formal,
  • sudden unexpected,
  • own childish,
  • strong religious,
  • inal,
  • mere common,
  • quite natural,
  • nearly similar,
  • bisexual,
  • sight-seeing,
  • libertarian,
  • relatively high,
  • sensual and sinful,
  • natural and corrupt,
  • monarchical,
  • own truant,
  • vicious and perverse,
  • gentle and undulating,
  • nervous, unnatural,
  • further and very natural,
  • exclusively homosexual,
  • natural historic,
  • natural erotic,
  • slow and profound,
  • eminent mental,
  • serious and strong,
  • hereditary and natural,
  • variable and violent,
  • early heterosexual,
  • various and often great,
  • strong overpowering,
  • real deeper,
  • general oblique,
  • oblique and parallel,
  • moderate sexual,
  • decidedly oblique,
  • slightest sentimental,
  • deep and submissive,
  • natural benevolent,
  • natural virtuous,
  • former courteous,
  • still strenuous,
  • otherwise egotistic,
  • secret and heartfelt,
  • strongest and most intimate,
  • fierce turbulent,
  • mere fallible,
  • different jaunty,
  • cordial and loving,
  • otherwise wicked,
  • essential democratic,
  • latent evil,
  • rapacious and tyrannical,
  • permanent and habitual,
  • slight frontal,
  • qualitatively normal,
  • likewise less,
  • slight and stiff,
  • little curt,
  • gregarious and social,
  • odd, perverse,
  • sincere, pure,
  • such homicidal,
  • slightest general,
  • slight northern,
  • deliberate personal,
  • such tolerant,
  • savage female,
  • brief, grave,
  • deepest natural,
  • considerable downward,
  • slight and moderate,
  • slightest natural,
  • single and exclusive,
  • private and criminal,
  • mere riotous,
  • low, reverential,
  • gratifying such,
  • specially vicious,
  • slight and haughty,
  • general festive,
  • headstrong, evil,
  • distinctly haughty,
  • unfortunate natural,
  • ever moral,
  • natural and carnal,
  • previous slight,
  • own studious,
  • mild, passive,
  • mere indolent,
  • well-known charitable,
  • quasi-natural,
  • slight but sudden,
  • selfish or sensual,
  • quiet and cold,
  • low and sad,
  • maximum vertical,
  • rough animal,
  • strong and overpowering,
  • steady, gradual,
  • stupid, vicious,
  • graceful, silent,
  • slight sarcastic,
  • strong habitual,
  • already hostile,
  • genuine sexual,
  • congenital sexual,
  • extra-nuptial,
  • homo-sexual,
  • little deferential,
  • greatest northern,
  • indeed human,
  • similar desperate,
  • naturally depraved,
  • ordinary childish,
  • strong aesthetic,
  • single benevolent,
  • sudden and capricious,
  • pleasant and natural,
  • possible, less,
  • direct natural,
  • strong, secret,
  • strong agricultural,
  • almost murderous,
  • calm and graceful,
  • good and truthful,
  • own baser,
  • much wicked,
  • several modest,
  • natural,
  • strong and vehement,
  • graceful and courteous,
  • such errant,
  • certain temperamental,
  • hospitable and generous,
  • own craven,
  • slight, cold,
  • definite natural,
  • natural, inborn,
  • extremely stiff,
  • less mystical,
  • also literary,
  • continual nervous,
  • exceedingly gentle,
  • pleasant and courteous,
  • certain legitimate,
  • certain joyous,
  • thoroughly conservative,
  • personal emotional,
  • own ignoble,
  • less sexual,
  • anterodorsal,
  • same virtuous,
  • just mental,
  • down sudden,
  • still slighter,
  • little charming,
  • curious and unaccountable,
  • such bestial,
  • deliberate human,
  • slightly oblique,
  • grave and formal,
  • primitive and natural,
  • single evil,
  • own unbridled,
  • own depraved,
  • sudden, dreadful,
  • natural protective,
  • strange natural,
  • profound and mysterious,
  • obvious natural,
  • sudden curious,
  • more voluntary,
  • barest possible,
  • free personal,
  • noblest and highest,
  • present real,
  • own erratic,
  • same mutual,
  • steep downward,
  • usual elegant,
  • various evil,
  • certain interior,
  • former evil,
  • equally general,
  • curt little,
  • little scornful,
  • certain normal,
  • sudden, uncontrollable,
  • strong domestic,
  • extreme religious,
  • manifest much,
  • merely sensual,
  • certain eccentric,
  • same laudable,
  • own ignorant,
  • powerful natural,
  • usual courteous,
  • slow and graceful,
  • same sympathetic,
  • strong literary,
  • special natural,
  • slight but significant,
  • strange secret,
  • same murderous,
  • strictly natural,
  • certain desperate,
  • low and humble,
  • same awkward,
  • natural and wholesome,
  • healthy and natural,
  • truly benevolent,
  • particularly active,
  • little vague,
  • thy childish,
  • tremulous little,
  • personal or professional,
  • peculiar natural,
  • strongest natural,
  • certain childish,
  • almost unconquerable,
  • singularly strong,
  • own evident,
  • ever human,
  • well-nigh universal,
  • grave and silent,
  • natural and instinctive,
  • almost insurmountable,
  • own cultural,
  • such perverse,
  • own frequent,
  • many profound,
  • uncommonly strong,
  • sincere and honest,
  • peculiarly strong,
  • own ill,
  • quiet and unobtrusive,
  • such sexual,
  • less strong,
  • little stiff,
  • further such,
  • rather higher,
  • noble and virtuous,
  • easy and graceful,
  • sudden desperate,
  • almost horizontal,
  • same slight,
  • entirely natural,
  • own gracious,
  • same critical,
  • thy evil,
  • merely accidental,
  • own violent,
  • such sordid,
  • just perceptible,
  • rather abrupt,
  • occasional slight,
  • now less,
  • natural and healthy,
  • former good,
  • also less,
  • own blind,
  • own low,
  • barely noticeable,
  • much religious,
  • less innocent,
  • certain artistic,
  • thy secret,
  • equal and opposite,
  • exceedingly strong,
  • hardly perceptible,
  • own feeble,
  • exceptionally strong,
  • such mere,
  • thoroughly bad,
  • merely mechanical,
  • certain basic,
  • such romantic,
  • rather cold,
  • more frightening,
  • merely natural,
  • same primitive,
  • good moral,
  • own artistic,
  • polite little,
  • other individual,
  • almost vertical,
  • cool little,
  • natural and proper,
  • scarcely visible,
  • magnetical,
  • more domestic,
  • same human,
  • more bloody,
  • own weak,
  • present political,
  • gastronomical,
  • unusually strong,
  • mediumistic,
  • certain personal,
  • own present,
  • other evil,
  • piscatorial,
  • indicative,
  • ever ready,
  • more aristocratic,
  • own previous,
  • natural and artificial,
  • risible,
  • more social,
  • more legitimate,
  • perhaps less,
  • far stronger,
  • such trifling,
  • commensurate,
  • ungoverned,
  • same natural,
  • other strong,
  • such common,
  • such monstrous,
  • long-cherished,
  • own physical,
  • rather remarkable,
  • social and moral,
  • same good,
  • german military,
  • common human,
  • still stronger,
  • radically different,
  • egotistic,
  • prurient,
  • high-flying,
  • nearly equal,
  • purely personal,
  • fallible,
  • unabated,
  • moral and political,
  • unrestrainably fierce,
  • strong and irrational,
  • particular and earthy,
  • merest severe,
  • alluring suicidal,
  • darker suicidal,
  • fond and unlicensed,
  • uncommonly strong and impetuous,
  • sincere and efficacious,
  • own canting,
  • natural superstitious,
  • quiet, lukewarm,
  • raw and unwary,
  • strong and morbid,
  • slight and stern,
  • violent or boisterous,
  • untribal,
  • feminine, sexual,
  • thoughtful romantic,
  • wretched but irresistible,
  • solemn affirmative,
  • irrepressible instinctive,
  • ever existent,
  • facile and natural,
  • intuitive domestic,
  • cool but very polite,
  • mystical and rational,
  • shy but hospitable,
  • previous and particular,
  • natural or quasi-natural,
  • mere virtuous,
  • singular but strong,
  • general and very sane,
  • surely weak,
  • charming indicative,
  • stiff, deferential,
  • frank, pleasant and courteous,
  • wonderful ardent,
  • elegant sarcastic,
  • slightly opposite,
  • weak and lifeless,
  • ceremonial and little,
  • peculiarly strong and overpowering,
  • nevertheless respectful,
  • slight but nevertheless respectful,
  • strong philanthropic,
  • little and very graceful,
  • further somnolent,
  • unbroken and very gentle,
  • curiously vicious,
  • wholesome and girlish,
  • free, natural and instinctive,
  • ultimate and utmost,
  • slightest dainty,
  • slight and distinctly haughty,
  • evident religious,
  • quarrelsome and murderous,
  • evil or false,
  • profoundly domestic,
  • suavely interested,
  • courteous, instinctive,
  • slight and disdainful,
  • regal, indifferent,
  • low and profound,
  • strange companionable,
  • naturally malevolent,
  • apparent unflattering,
  • absurd and even improper,
  • slightest or most fleeting,
  • natural harmless,
  • motherly-physical,
  • equally ornamental,
  • fancy and selfish,
  • habitually gregarious and social,
  • habitually gregarious,
  • real heretical,
  • usually erratic,
  • boyish but strong,
  • murderous and revolutionary,
  • quarrelsome or otherwise egotistic,
  • mathematical and automatic,
  • momentary bestial,
  • decidedly carnal,
  • haughty and formal,
  • natural and overpowering,
  • philosophical and meditative,
  • grave perfunctory,
  • slight, curt,
  • less axial,
  • probable orbital,
  • panicky initial,
  • dressy and rakish,
  • old-fashioned and rather majestic,
  • charitable and poetic,
  • cool slow,
  • strong and yet controllable,
  • carnal and corrupt,
  • good-will and free,
  • latent mystic,
  • gentle and trifling,
  • original parasitical,
  • profound and almost childish,
  • thy complexional,
  • irrepressible and unseasonable,
  • voluntary, disinterested,
  • still controllable,
  • ordinary and slighter,
  • courteous but somewhat formal,
  • inordinate sensual,
  • habitual, inordinate,
  • inexplicable evil,
  • natural unfettered,
  • natural semicircular,
  • alike gratifying,
  • short one-sided,
  • peculiarly ludicrous,
  • absolutely precipitous,
  • double lateral,
  • evil, sinful,
  • instinctive and irresistible,
  • naturally virtuous,
  • your natural,
  • rapid and delicate,
  • wholly illusory,
  • sordid and vicious,
  • comfortable, healthy,
  • heterosexual and homosexual,
  • large and philosophical,
  • truly passionate,
  • thy corrupt,
  • rather majestic,
  • smallest natural,
  • natural bad,
  • ordinary boyish,
  • quite steep,
  • equal thy,
  • natural, necessary,
  • natural boyish,
  • violent natural,
  • moderate and regular,
  • own humane,
  • sudden helpless,
  • own happier,
  • evil and corrupt,
  • old vicious,
  • ordinary sexual,
  • own whimsical,
  • little civil,
  • complexional,
  • strong and constant,
  • rather quick,
  • other virtuous,
  • old intellectual,
  • rather hopeless,
  • own murderous,
  • own easy,
  • conjugial,
  • greater natural,
  • openly avowed,
  • fierce and warlike,
  • almost uncontrollable,
  • almost terrible,
  • down steep,
  • somewhat formal,
  • certain professional,
  • natural,
  • own sexual,
  • own magical,
  • own honest,
  • less popular,
  • true and real,
  • almost overwhelming,
  • heavenward,
  • many natural,
  • more passionate,
  • proud little,
  • good-will,
  • own human,
  • dressy,
  • natural human,
  • almost childish,
  • preponderating,
  • mere personal,
  • just sufficient,
  • parasitical,
  • night-time,
  • own true,
  • certain natural,
  • separatist,
  • centrifugal,
  • inverse,
  • skatological,
  • general and perpetual,
  • contrary sexual,
  • vain and vicious,
  • romantic and sexual,
  • own brutish,
  • deep and humble,
  • great symmetrical,
  • mad and furious,
  • little courteous,
  • little whimsical,
  • own headstrong,
  • thy virtuous,
  • small, shy,
  • comparatively gentle,
  • weak and vicious,
  • mutual good,
  • least visible,
  • rather vicious,
  • own industrial,
  • thy natural,
  • greater or smaller,
  • religious or moral,
  • general good,
  • same generous,
  • strong military,
  • sudden wild,
  • much natural,
  • own bad,
  • such private,
  • strong personal,
  • many strong,
  • good and evil,
  • inharmonious,
  • still deeper,
  • insuperable,
  • insurmountable,
  • more noble,
  • more moderate,
  • half-conscious,
  • sidelong,
  • amatory,
  • delicate little,
  • pre-existing,
  • monarchical,
  • own proper,
  • covetous,
  • understandable,
  • egotistical,
  • intense irresistible,
  • original moderate,
  • fancy and transient,
  • early amatory,
  • agreeable and most innocent,
  • stiffest, slightest,
  • strongly impure,
  • innate and perfectly natural,
  • quasi-suicidal,
  • general and silent,
  • mischievous wicked,
  • instantly less,
  • similar but slighter,
  • certain vehement,
  • horoscopal,
  • fatal, irresistible,
  • nobler and gentler,
  • extreme downward,
  • inexpressibly sorrowful,
  • slight but gracious,
  • twentieth courteous,
  • possibly sheepish,
  • unhappy and depraved,
  • dry and silent,
  • own temperamental,
  • courteous little,
  • own vicious,
  • same ardent,
  • own sinful,
  • somewhat vulgar,
  • other better,
  • normal sexual,
  • steepest,
  • equally strong,
  • sheepish,
  • more sober,
  • altruistic,
  • urbane,
  • sedentary,
  • thy own,
  • lustful,
  • praiseworthy,
  • deep-seated,
  • many furtive,
  • pure and free,
  • never less,
  • slightest sexual,
  • same instantaneous,
  • abnormal sexual,
  • own ardent,
  • own various,
  • least real,
  • little formal,
  • more sluggish,
  • grave little,
  • more respectful,
  • good natural,
  • own strong,
  • strongest possible,
  • controllable,
  • stiffest,
  • pelvic,
  • own free,
  • unsocial,
  • such natural,
  • declamatory,
  • own secret,
  • such strong,
  • resistant,
  • reverential,
  • truant,
  • changeable,
  • ingrained,
  • headstrong,
  • sociable,
  • effeminate,
  • perverse and unnatural,
  • strong and habitual,
  • silent and stiff,
  • unequivocal affirmative,
  • own ingenious,
  • stiff little,
  • unbiased,
  • observable,
  • immoderate,
  • affirmative,
  • almost universal,
  • laudable,
  • weakest,
  • convulsive,
  • paranoid,
  • ironical,
  • one-sided,
  • own theological,
  • such warlike,
  • such disgusting,
  • own romantic,
  • own wicked,
  • almost hysterical,
  • own royal,
  • little natural,
  • literary and artistic,
  • healthier,
  • unanimous,
  • obsequious,
  • plebeian,
  • fitful literary,
  • strange harmonious,
  • slight downward,
  • usual formal,
  • heterosexual,
  • own selfish,
  • perfectly natural,
  • slighter,
  • unaffected,
  • petulant,
  • uncontrollable,
  • reverent,
  • reciprocal,
  • dizzy,
  • gentler,
  • vagrant,
  • little respectful,
  • strong natural,
  • steeper,
  • more promising,
  • barely perceptible,
  • unalloyed,
  • unqualified,
  • remotest,
  • immoral,
  • much greater,
  • unqualified, unalloyed,
  • foolish, idle,
  • much stronger,
  • vehement,
  • somewhat turbulent,
  • own respective,
  • scarcely perceptible,
  • contradictory,
  • irrepressible,
  • undue,
  • fierce and bloody,
  • own evil,
  • least possible,
  • temperamental,
  • apologetic,
  • more judicious,
  • studious,
  • overpowering,
  • unaccountable,
  • capricious,
  • greater or less,
  • barest,
  • inordinate,
  • suicidal,
  • lightest,
  • humane,
  • wayward,
  • wildly high,
  • natural and private,
  • various orbital,
  • curt,
  • favorable,
  • little stronger,
  • sensual,
  • hysterical,
  • slight but courteous,
  • morbid,
  • manifest,
  • oblique,
  • own private,
  • merest,
  • invincible,
  • little grave,
  • less and less,
  • almost imperceptible,
  • spontaneous,
  • deferential,
  • inborn,
  • carnal,
  • charitable,
  • involuntary,
  • contrary,
  • slightest possible,
  • still less,
  • imperceptible,
  • sincere,
  • own corrupt,
  • depraved,
  • gradual,
  • pacific,
  • bookish,
  • habitual,
  • own personal,
  • magnetic,
  • hereditary,
  • warlike,
  • almost irresistible,
  • homosexual,
  • sinful,
  • instinctive,
  • own natural,
  • moderate,
  • perceptible,
  • romantic,
  • predominant,
  • innate,
  • artistic,
  • faintest,
  • haughty,
  • downward,
  • perverse,
  • amorous,
  • virtuous,
  • orbital,
  • selfish,
  • momentary,
  • stiff,
  • immediate,
  • evident,
  • polite,
  • strongest,
  • axial,
  • steep,
  • stronger,
  • smallest,
  • corrupt,
  • profound,
  • violent,
  • sexual,
  • respectful,
  • gracious,
  • mutual,
  • graceful,
  • grave,
  • vicious,
  • private,
  • irresistible,
  • courteous,
  • secret,
  • particular,
  • gentle,
  • evil,
  • general,
  • personal,
  • less,
  • least,
  • slightest,
  • slight,
  • strong,
  • natural.
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