Not willing; hesitant or loath: unwilling to face facts. (adjective)
Done, given, or said reluctantly: unwilling consent. (adjective)
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Use "unwilling" in a sentence
"There have I done everything for this young fellow, and he is unwilling, _unwilling_ indeed, to give his mind to the simplest business for six hours a day. '"
"In The Thorn Birds, Father Ralph is in unwilling thrall to rich Mary Carson, the doyenne of the region, on whom his hopes for a big donation to the Catholic church reside."
"Menacing warlords intimidate, the Taliban strikes and the foreigners remain unwilling to risk the necessary relationships they need to develop with Afghans."