Leaning [noun]

Definition of Leaning:

tendency, bias

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Sentence/Example of Leaning:

The political opinions of a CEO can trickle down through the company’s core values and mission, affecting the political leanings of employees drawn to the company.

Campaign finance data reveals the political leanings of America’s top fast-food corporations and their employees.

These big gaps belied the strong similarities in each groups’ political leanings.

Regardless of anyone’s political leanings, the elevated hostility this election cycle has most Americans shuddering.

Knewz features articles from a range of competitors with different political leanings — such as The Hill, HuffPost, Bloomberg News — plus a range of local news outlets.

She looked up in his face, leaning on his arm beneath the encircling shadow of the umbrella which he had lifted.

As Felipe approached, the old man's face beamed with pleasure, and he came forward totteringly, leaning on a staff in each hand.

The Pontelliers and Ratignolles walked ahead; the women leaning upon the arms of their husbands.

Arrived at the boat, they found Mayne standing in the water and leaning helplessly against the side of the craft.

"I won't speak while you're remembering," Rosemary promised, leaning her head confidingly against his shoulder.