Disinclination

Antonyms of DISINCLINATION

Examples of usage:

  1. There was a mixture of selfish disinclination to go into society, because of Mr. Thorold and my feeling about him. "Daisy in the Field" by Elizabeth Wetherell
  2. He confounded himself in repeated apologies and entreaties that I would finish the dance with him, and as I could not find a word to say to him, he went on eagerly to excuse himself by a short sketch of his life, telling me that he had not been bred to the Church and had the greatest disinclination to taking orders; that he had been trained as a sailor, the navy being the career that he preferred above all others, but that in consequence of the death of a brother he had been literally taken from on board ship, and, in spite of the utmost reluctance on his part, compelled to go into the Church. "Records of a Girlhood" by Frances Ann Kemble
  3. Carley felt hurt at his apparent disinclination to confide in her. "The Call of the Canyon" by Zane Grey

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