undesirous

ADJECTIVE
  1. having or feeling no desire
    a very private man, totally undesirous of public office
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How To Use undesirous In A Sentence

  • It also makes them undesirous of dominating, for, as many Discourses
  • With the advice and consent of the robot brain itself, the positronicomputer had been reprogrammed by Rhodan so that such undesirous actions as had happened in the past would never be repeated. The Venus Trap
  • I stood up softly, undesirous of disturbing my companions, but with my heart beating now rather more rapidly with surprise and excitement.
  • “Which way, then, my lord?” said the young Templar, who was perhaps not undesirous to parade a part at least of the street in company with a lord, though but a Scottish one. The Fortunes of Nigel
  • Buyer undesirous of take risk therefore you quality guarantee imperative otherwise unworkable.
  • a very private man, totally undesirous of public office
  • Buyer undesirous of take risk therefore you quality guarantee imperative otherwise unworkable.
  • This was news, indeed, to bewilder nations who had hitherto remained content in infantile tutelage, unconscious, undesirous, of the rights of men! The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 16, February, 1859
  • Adverse to wrangling with one who was a friend, and undesirous at the time to enter upon a defence of details and internal evidence - a loss of time indeed - the writer answered merely with a few sentences.
  • Tom!" exclaimed Ruth, and for perhaps the first time in her life she seemed undesirous of hearing about Tom Cameron. Ruth Fielding on the St. Lawrence The Queer Old Man of the Thousand Islands
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