disinclination

[ dis-in-kluh-ney-shuh n, dis-in- ]SEE DEFINITION OF disinclination

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISINCLINATION

And the reason of his disinclination was that he scarcely desired to encounter Geraldine.

My disinclination for it before was affected, but now it is real.

I had never been in a plane in my life, and this for no other reason than disinclination.

He started to walk home, but still felt that disinclination to face the colonel.

Why this weariness, this disinclination to speak, unless it be shouting or raving?

With the causes of this disinclination we are not now concerned.

Our bearers, however, had for some time shown a disinclination to proceed.

But I suspect we have ourselves to thank for the disinclination.

They arrived in battalions, and evinced no disinclination to make her acquaintance.

I frankly told Bolingbroke my disinclination to the Chevalier.

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