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not inclined or willing to do or undertake

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unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom

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disinclined to become involved

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not eager

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I have enjoyed a good relationship with John during my time as England manager and I reluctantly accept his decision.
CORNER SITE Rosehill Fish and Chips WELL-ESTABLISHED Pat's Plaice is placed on the market reluctantly
Joseph Bemba, reluctantly, accepted the role of leader of the opposition on November 27 (BBC).
Within a few years, however, they outgrew the space and were reluctantly forced to relocate.
Jordie Popkin is a junior who reluctantly attends a prestigious public math-science high school in New York City because her parents can't afford a private school.
I don't think I have ever left a job so reluctantly as I did with Welsh National Opera,' said Mr Talfan Davies.
On Memorial Day, at Arlington National Cemetery, Bush gave a speech in which he had the chutzpah to say, "America has always gone to war reluctantly because we know the costs of war.
Logline: Rebecca Romijn is a romantically and professionally hapless Chicago TV reporter who discovers she must reluctantly use her sexuality to break stories that might win her an anchor job.
Super intendent Michael Hanshaw reluctantly discontinued the practice, reported the Associated Press.
Officials have hid behind legalese, and so the Amish have reluctantly turned to petition drives and court challenges-just the kind of engagement with the modern world they were trying to avoid by seeking traditional work.
We thus feel that we have little choice but to reluctantly ask customers flying ANA international services to continue to share this burden," he continued.
In 1977, I reluctantly left Grace Church On-The-Hill and lost touch with the people there, but I always kept a wee bit of John inside me.
But after a tense stand-off, the 45-year-old prince reluctantly agreed to be searched with a hand detector.
It is a place that should reveal its secrets almost reluctantly to the visitor to maintain the vital and dramatic element of surprise.
Reluctantly yet also gleefully Josie leaves Sin City to take over her new property, which happens to be in her hometown that she fled years ago.