Definition Of disinclination
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.