uneager


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lacking interest or spirit or animation

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Meanwhile, the Future movement and the Socialist Progressive Party seem uneager to introduce any major amendments to the law that prevailed in the past two elections.
Talented young professional accountants sometimes appear uneager to learn new skills, tackle new projects, or initiate new ways of getting the job done.
Iyad Allawi's declining to attend this meeting might be for he is uneager due to the many meetings during the past period which led to nothing due to the lack of real intention and willingness to actually solve the crisis," he added.
Further complicating the situation is what Deborah Pearlstein, a constitutional lawyer at Princeton University, also calls a "perfect political storm." During Obama's first two years, Democrats had so many priorities to push through congress that Guantanamo was "easy to put on the back burner." For Pearlstein, many Democrats were uneager to waste "political capital cleaning up Bush's mess."
standpoint, Syria is far down the list of current foreign policy priorities and, with an Israeli government that has appeared generally uneager to take steps viewed as necessary to revive the bilateral peace track, there is little to be gained from additional substantive U.S.-Syrian engagement other than a return to normal diplomatic relations.
Granted, a let's-do-it-while-we-can attack on Iran would provide visceral release in certain quarters, but Iran is a nation already built and notably uneager to be rebuilt.
Marsupial Marsupial is cute but lazy, uneager to find extra ways he can work.
An unexplored sense of desire overtakes the older woman, and she pursues the not uneager but eminently unsuitable younger woman through coffee and dinner invitations.
Rather, Russia had a large and heavily subsidized state sector employing a large number of workers uneager and unwilling to leave the security of the state sector for the vicissitudes of an unsubsidized private sector.