1 So unnerved was he at the sight that he leaned up against the wall with his hand to his throat to stifle his inclination to call out.
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2 He was small and very plainly dressed, and the look of him, even at that distance, went somehow strongly against the watcher's inclination.
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3 Few of these were attached to him from inclination, and none from personal regard.
4 The prisoners were compelled by their guards to alight, and were conducted to an apartment where a hasty repast was offered them, of which none but Athelstane felt any inclination to partake.
5 The Lady Rowena was next separated from her train, and conducted, with courtesy, indeed, but still without consulting her inclination, to a distant apartment.
6 Cedric, with some difficulty, compelled himself to make obeisance to the haughty Baron, who returned his courtesy with a slight inclination of the head.
7 The same courtesy was offered to Ivanhoe, who pledged his father in silence, supplying the usual speech by an inclination of his head, lest his voice should have been recognised.
8 No objection was made, but for some time there seemed no inclination to move in any plan, or to any distance.
9 They could not get through; and as Miss Bertram's inclination for so doing did by no means lessen, it ended in Mr. Rushworth's declaring outright that he would go and fetch the key.
10 It is fortunate that your inclination and your father's convenience should accord so well.
11 Indolence and love of ease; a want of all laudable ambition, of taste for good company, or of inclination to take the trouble of being agreeable, which make men clergymen.
12 She said little, assented only here and there, and betrayed no inclination either of appropriating any part of the compliment to herself, or of strengthening his views in favour of Northamptonshire.
13 Shortly afterward, Sir Thomas was again interfering a little with her inclination, by advising her to go immediately to bed.
14 But I have not the least inclination to go near her.
15 On his side the inclination was stronger, on hers less equivocal.