disinclined

[ dis-in-klahynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF disinclined

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISINCLINED

Doubtless, too, he would be tired after his journey and disinclined for such a function.

Brown was thinking, and Atkins seemed moody and disinclined to talk.

I do not recollect any other occasion on which I found him disinclined to talk.

It was rather late and our bookman was disinclined to seek a restaurant.

Those who had hesitated in their patronage of the poet were not disinclined to aid the painter.

It has only made him discontented and disinclined to unfold his arms.

He felt rather cross, and disinclined to dwell on the subject of his wrongs.

But even he had cooled a little, and was now disinclined to violence.

I do, however: but I do not wish you to write one when you are busy or disinclined.

“Yes,” said the other grumpily, as if disinclined even for conversation.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, from dis- + incline (v.). Related: Disinclined; disinclining.

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