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Synonyms for disinclined

Synonyms for disinclined

not inclined or willing to do or undertake

Antonyms for disinclined

unwilling because of mild dislike or disapproval

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I am strong, strongly, disinclined to avail myself of your generosity, though my helplessness yields.
I mean not by these reflections to insinuate, that the new federal government will not embrace a more enlarged plan of policy than the existing government may have pursued; much less, that its views will be as confined as those of the State legislatures; but only that it will partake sufficiently of the spirit of both, to be disinclined to invade the rights of the individual States, or the preorgatives of their governments.
The colonel launched a volley of oaths, denouncing the railway company and the conductor; and Passepartout, who was furious, was not disinclined to make common cause with him.
If our soldiers are not overburdened with money, it is not because they have a distaste for riches; if their lives are not unduly long, it is not because they are disinclined to longevity.
Bennet seemed wholly disinclined at present to leave London and promised to write again very soon.
The nation is technically in recession and investors have been disinclined to create jobs as long as there is political uncertainty over Zuma and his ministers.
Every pound that his highmindedness has disinclined him to earn then represents a 40p loss to the Inland Revenue and hence to disabled and underprivileged benefits recipients, together with the loss of a further 40% of what would have remained when he dies.
They acquired the BPI shares individually, and thus they were disinclined to update this to the market.
At school Anna and her friends are preoccupied with each other and disinclined to look outside their tight little circle.
It seems the present duke is disinclined to provide an heir and the young man is discovered to be his nephew and the next in line.
Mr Blair may be right - but the electorate seem disinclined to give Mr Clegg any credit for it.
In terms of venue, I 'm kind of disinclined to get into details, but we expect a comprehensive meeting with the authorities around February 1st.
Our customers are not only disinclined to like tough subjects; they're also inclined to take their discomfort out on minority professors, who are the least likely to have the protection of tenure or support from university administration.
Martin, Outlane Let''s be clear, the back three are not to blame if the midfield seem disinclined to seek the ball short from the back as was the case at Oakwell.
Traders were indecisive as companies reported disparate earnings news, and many were disinclined to make any big moves before getting direction from the Federal Reserve, which is scheduled to release an updated policy statement Wednesday.