Definition of inclinable in English:

inclinable

adjective

  • See incline

    • ‘That I may not, be wanting on my part to save any of the blood which may be spilled therein, I am willing, upon a timely Surrender, to give terms to so fair an enemy (Especially if I find you inclinable to more peace conditions in the future).’
    • ‘Special features such as ‘crusty plates’ and ‘inclinable grills’ made it possible to speedily cook even tikkas and kebabs.’
    • ‘Recently reissued, it has two speeds and an inclinable head, great for getting the soda jerk in your life to whip up fountain drinks, malteds and thick shakes.’

Pronunciation

inclinable

/inˈklīnəb(ə)l//ɪnˈklaɪnəb(ə)l/