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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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The West Bromwich East MP said: "First of all, I come to this position reluctantly and that's because after three years of Brexit negotiations there has been Government and parliamentary failure.
'Brendan has indicated to the Club that this is an opportunity he wishes to investigate further and therefore, very reluctantly, the Club has granted him permission to speak to Leicester City.'
"The CCG has reluctantly agreed to accept the request to mutually terminate the contract.
Mayor Anthony Rinella said he "reluctantly" would entertain the motion, and with commissioners Angelo Hightower, Doug Patton, Jim Webb and John Goss, accepted Rau's resignation in a 5-0 vote.
We feel the value of our house will also be lowered so we reluctantly pay e1/4350 each time which includes the hire of a 'cherry picker' which would be unnecessary if the neighbour agreed to a sensible height.
"After agreeing to our terms we have reluctantly given them permission to speak to Jack about their vacant managers' position."
Reluctantly I decided to end my race at the shorter 120 mile finish and came second in that event.
The club confirmed the news yesterday and said they were "disappointed" with his request, although they have "reluctantly" accepted it.
HIBERNIAN face a fight to keep hold of their manager Alan Stubbs after they "reluctantly" gave him permission to talk to Sky Bet Championship Rotherham.
THE A WORD BBC1, 9.00pm Paul and Alison have told Joe's school about his autism - reluctantly on her part.
Synopsis: "Reluctantly Related Revisited: Breaking Free of the Mother-in-Law/Daughter-in-Law Conflict" by clinical psychotherapist Denna Brann explores the conflict that frequently arises in the mother-in-law (MIL)/daughter-in-law (DIL) relationship.
SWANSEA have begun their search for a new manager after "very reluctantly" parting company with Garry Monk.
SAFE HARBOR C5 3.15PM Grouchy Treat Williams reluctantly takes a couple of delinquent teens aboard his boat, which he's preparing for a trip with wife Nancy Travis.
Participants were asked if they readily or reluctantly consumed animal products including meat, poultry, or fish.
Washington, Sept 21 ( ANI ): After almost 9 years in space, communication problems has led scientist to reluctantly pronounce the end of NASA's Deep Space Comet Hunter Mission.