inclined of late

  • cuchuflete

    Senior Member
    EEUU-inglés
    The phrase goes like this:

    The doctor pulled down his waistcoat (inclined of late to be uncomfortably tight).


    can anyone help me?
    Welcome to the forums, Benruciano,


    "...inclined of late to be uncomfortably tight" = which recently tended to be uncomfortably tight.


    Please remember to capitalize the first word of every sentence.
     
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