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A man may love oysters, but too many oysters will disincline him toward that particular diet.
REVOLUTION AND OTHER ESSAYSJACK LONDON
And shall selfish feeling disincline me to such duties as these?
SELF-CONTROLMARY BRUNTON
The water was so warm as at first to disincline one to enter it, but by degrees the sensation became far from unpleasant.
THE CATHEDRAL TOWNS AND INTERVENING PLACES OF ENGLAND, IRELAND AND SCOTLAND:THOMAS W. SILLOWAY
At the same time he denounced the authors, so as to disincline the reader to look into their pages for the D'Israelian plagiaries.
BYGONES WORTH REMEMBERING, VOL. 2 (OF 2)GEORGE JACOB HOLYOAKE
The efforts which a bad reader has to make, both disincline him to the task of reading, and hinder his appreciation of truth.
PHILOSOPHY OF THE PLAN OF SALVATIONAN AMERICAN CITIZEN
The Romans usually had enough to do at home to disincline them from bothering themselves too much with the religion of the Jews.
A LAYMAN'S LIFE OF JESUSSAMUEL H. M. BYERS
She saw their existing posture clearly, yet believed, as men disincline to do, that they grow.
DIANA OF THE CROSSWAYS, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
I had heard so many stories of his making "dead sets" at new acquaintances as to disincline me to become one.
JOHN LEECH, HIS LIFE AND WORK, VOL. II (OF II)WILLIAM POWELL FRITH
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