Definition Of disinclination

noun

a reluctance or lack of enthusiasm.

Lucy felt a strong disinclination to talk about her engagement

Example Of disinclination

  • And yet she doesn't think that the disinclination towards marriage today has much to do with broken homes or no great love.

  • Another is a disinclination to use his ears where musical influence is concerned.

  • As a consequence, many have shown a disinclination to embrace the president's program.

  • But in him the disinclination runs particularly deep.

  • He could have been no one, just a stranger, just a classmate, just one of Eva's numerous ex-boyfriends, just a person who I had no particular inclination or disinclination for.


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