Antonyms of LOATH

Examples of usage:

  1. He had been very loath to believe that any movement hostile to the Union was really on foot; but once thoroughly convinced of it he chose his own line of action without an instant's hesitation. "Thomas Hart Benton" by Theodore Roosevelt
  2. And thus he knows that the chances he takes are comparatively small, including that of conviction if he is ever tried by a jury of his American peers, who are loath to find a man guilty whose language and motives they are unable to understand. "Courts and Criminals" by Arthur Train
  3. And such instances are peculiarly instructive, because many great men of science, as a result of their personal temperament and training, are little interested in the forms of the visible church, and very frequently are loath to admit that their calling has religious bearings. "The Sources Of Religious Insight" by Josiah Royce
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