Definition Of reluctance
unwillingness or disinclination to do something.
she sensed his reluctance to continue
Example Of reluctance
Again, the courts' reluctance to countenance the compulsory appropriation of private rights is evident.
Even if these patients go to the doctor, antibiotics are prescribed with reluctance .
Everywhere around me people are announcing that they are about to vote Labour with the greatest reluctance .
However, the company has shown reluctance on the grounds that they cannot bear the financial burden.
However, there is some reluctance by men and women to do away with the old system entirely.