disinclination

Part of speech: noun

Unwillingness.

Part of speech: noun

A version; unwillingness.

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Usage examples "disinclination":

  1. He still causes his mother some concern by his utter disinclination for the society of young women, but I know of no other fault with which to reproach him. - "The Opinions of a Philosopher", Robert Grant.
  2. She sometimes makes a skeleton of her work first, not always; and very often forces herself to work in spite of disinclination. - "Methods of Authors", Hugo Erichsen.
  3. Perceiving my disinclination to his near neighbourhood, he set himself to play with it. - "The Beetle A Mystery", Richard Marsh.