Inclination and Zeal


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Inclination noun – A habitual attraction to some activity or thing.
Zeal and inclination are semantically related In some cases you can use "Zeal" instead a noun "Inclination".
Nearby Words: incline, inclined, inclining, inclinable
Synonyms for Inclination


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Zeal noun – A feeling of strong eagerness (usually in favor of a person or cause).
Inclination and zeal are semantically related in enthusiasm topic. Sometimes you can use "Inclination" instead a noun "Zeal".
Nearby Words: zealous, zealously
Synonyms for Zeal

How words are described

particular particular inclination particular zeal
similar similar inclination similar zeal
true true inclination true zeal
great great inclination great zeal
Other adjectives: little, religious, greater, pronounced, previous.
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Zeal or Inclination. 2016. Accessed May 26, 2020.

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