overinclined

overinclined

(ˈəʊvərɪŋˌklaɪnd)
adj
extremely or excessively inclined (to)
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Widescreen lensing by Jeffrey Kimball (on primarily Australian locations) is duly handsome, if overinclined toward hair-blown, slo-mo iconolatry so poised it evokes top-of-the-line TV adverts.
If consumers will buy replacement parts on theft own, as is often true for tires but not for running boards, then an auto maker may profit in the form of lower prices from its suppliers by buying things like tires and installing them in new vehicles with the name of their outside maker clearly identified; the idea is that consumers may be overinclined to match the original equipment on their cars.
Having said that, it is also true to say that those who live in the UK do not seem overinclined to spend more than is strictly necessary on food.