Meaning of well-inclined in English:

well-inclined

adjective

  • Having a good inclination or disposition; favourably inclined (to something).

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Barnabe Googe (1540–1594), poet and translator. From well + inclined.

Pronunciation

well-inclined

/ˌwɛlɪnˈklʌɪnd/ /ˌwɛlɪŋˈklʌɪnd/