Unwilling or reluctant: They were usually disinclined to socialize. (adjective)
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Use "disinclined" in a sentence
"Cornyn said he is "disinclined" to support any tax increases as part of a defict reduction package."
"As for his own future, Mr. Cooper said he's received a number of calls urging him to challenge State Senator Carl Marcellino, but said he's "disinclined" toward such a run."
"It became kind of disinclined to really make any sacrifices."