reluct

[ ri-luhkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF reluct

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RELUCT

The first glance made us reluct at encountering in the outset the writer's formidable-looking preface.

Milton makes Adam reluct and wrangle, but it is easy to see he will succumb to his wife's persuasions.

He was by nature highly passionate, but more apt to reluct at the excesses of it.

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