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[ US /ˌdɪsɪnˈkɫaɪnd/ ]
[ UK /dˌɪsɪnklˈa‍ɪnd/ ]
  1. unwilling because of mild dislike or disapproval
    disinclined to say anything to anybody
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How To Use disinclined In A Sentence

  • They are ostentatiously nonchalant, disinclined to become too involved, at least to begin with.
  • The majority party is a closely-knit organization nationwide and is less popular among youths who are generally disinclined to go to the poll.
  • He was clever, but disinclined to distinguish himself in study, athletic but lazy, honest but argumentative.
  • He was a quiet fellow, disinclined to tell anecdotes or bask in the refracted glow of a Hollywood account.
  • Fortunately, the general public are disinclined to go along with philosophers and critics who cast doubt upon common experience.
  • And a CIA analyst with direct knowledge of the case said that the returned scientist had become the centre of a propaganda war and that the agency was "disinclined" to remain silent while Tehran scored points against Washington. Welcome to Iran Focus
  • I decided she was painstaking enough to protect her nails but disinclined to embellish them. HOPE TO DIE
  • He gave me a disinclined assistance.
  • Cornyn said he is "disinclined" to support any tax increases as part of a defict reduction package. Dem: I'll challenge Pelosi for top leadership slot
  • He felt disinclined to argue while the calendar was there to remind him that he was down to his last twenty-five days.
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