Definition of Incliner

1. n. One who, or that which, inclines; specifically, an inclined dial.



Definition of Incliner

1. one that inclines [n -S] - See also: inclines

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incliner

inclination
inclination of an orbit
inclination of pelvis
inclinational
inclinations
inclinatory
incline
incline bench press
inclined
inclined(p)
inclined fault
inclined grate
inclined plane
inclined planes
inclinedly
incliner (current term)
incliners
inclines
inclinest
inclineth
inclining
inclinings
inclinnation
inclinnometer
inclinometer
inclinometers
inclip
inclipped
inclipping
inclips

Literary usage of Incliner

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1. French Life: A Cultural Reader for the First Year by Philip Schuyler Allen, Franck Louis Schoell (1915)
"inclinant, près. p. of incliner. incline, ist and '.îd sg. près. ind. and subj.; ... of incliner. incliner, tr., to incline, slant, tip; s'incliner, ..."

2. The Repertory of Patent Inventions: And Other Discoveries and Improvements (1802)
"... and the end of the one line being fixed to the upper edge of the incliner, and the end of the other line being fixed to the under edge of the incliner, ..."

3. The French Verb: Its Conjugation and Idiomatic Use by Charles Fletcher Martin (1910)
"Etre incite a. incliner (tr.). To incline, to bend or lower. incliner la ... To incline to mercy, peace, etc., can be expressed by incliner & la ..."

4. The Royal Phraseological English-French, French-English Dictionary by John Charles Tarver (1845)
"(To bow in sign of respect), s'incliner. (To favour), pencher. ... incliner la tète. To incline the ear, prêter l'oreille. ..."

5. Boyer's French Dictionary: Comprising All the Additions and Improvements of by Abel Boyer (1833)
"incliner, in-kH-na, va to bow or bow down, incline or bend. S'incliner devant un,- ... incliner, vn to incline or bend to,lean, have a propension. ..."

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