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An inclination is a natural urge towards either a behaviour, some class of object or thing, or an activity or pastime. It does not necessarily imply any ability in the field of attraction. It may also be a natural urge to feel in a particular way.
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- It is very pleasant to follow one's inclinations ; but, unfortunately, we cannot follow them all. They are like the teeth sown by Cadmus ; they spring up, get in each other's way, and fight.
- Inclination never wants an excuse — and, if one won't do, there are a dozen others soon found.