inclined to assent

See: consenting
References in classic literature ?
He remained silent, not feeling inclined to assent to the part of Dolly's speech which he fully understood--her recommendation that he should go to church.
For the reason the will is inclined to assent to things unseen is because God said them; just as a man, in matters he does not see, believes the testimony of some good man who sees the things he does not.