reluctancy

[ ri-luhk-tuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF reluctancy
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The two men bowed, Richard with reluctancy, the Captain with easy bonhomie.

But oh, with what reluctancy did I feel myself obliged to consume time in sleep!

Or he may deprive himself of some lesser advantages in life by his reluctancy in putting himself forward.

Hiding his reluctancy, Cooper left his seat and advanced toward the doorway.

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