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How to use reluct in a sentence

Milton makes Adam reluct and wrangle, but it is easy to see he will succumb to his wife's persuasions.
FLOWERS OF FREETHOUGHTGEORGE W. FOOTE
He was by nature highly passionate, but more apt to reluct at the excesses of it.
DEVOTIONS UPON EMERGENT OCCASIONSJOHN DONNE
The first glance made us reluct at encountering in the outset the writer's formidable-looking preface.
THE KNICKERBOCKER, OR THE NEW-YORK MONTHLY MAGAZINE, DECEMBER 1843VARIOUS
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