Definitions for "Inclination"
The angle made by two lines or planes; as, the inclination of the plane of the earth's equator to the plane of the ecliptic is about 23° 28´; the inclination of two rays of light.
Of an orbit, the angle of the plane of the orbit with respect to the ecliptic plane.
the tilt of the long axis of a tooth in the buccolingual or faciolingual direction; see angulation
The act of inclining, or state of being inclined; a leaning; as, an inclination of the head.
A direction or tendency from the true vertical or horizontal direction; as, the inclination of a column, or of a road bed.
A tendency towards another body or point.
This is the word that Kant used (actually, he used the German word Neigung) to refer to our sensuous feelings, emotions, and desires. Kant contrasts inclination with reason. Whereas inclination was seen as physical, causally-determined, and irrational, reason was portrayed as non-physical, free, and obviously rational.
the faculty or object which motivates a person to act in a heteronomous way. Following inclinations is neither morally good nor morally bad, except when doing so directly prevents a person from acting ac­cording to duty-i.e., only when choosing to obey an inclination results in disobedience to the moral law.
Keywords:  decantation, pouring, tipping
Decantation, or tipping for pouring.
Keywords:  admired, loved, thing, person
A person or thing loved or admired.
Keywords:  misalignment, error, see
See Misalignment error
the act of inclining; bending forward; "an inclination of his head indicated his agreement"
Keywords:  classical, music, feel, liking, her
that toward which you are inclined to feel a liking; "her inclination is for classical music"