Not inclined (to do something); reluctant or indifferent. (adjective)
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Use "uninclined" in a sentence
"I am uninclined to upset someone of moderate and personal religion."
"I was feeling unadventurous with the rain, so when we pulled off the road at the place where the Russian River came out to join the sea, looking out the car window at the grey day and the beach far below, I was uninclined to be friendly towards my partner when he went off down a cliff-trail to the beach below."
"Dramatic welfare reforms took place under Clinton, too—he reduced entitlements for those capable of working but uninclined to do so."