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Synonyms of 'disinclined'

(adjective) 
Definition
unwilling or reluctant
He was disinclined to talk about himself.
Synonyms
reluctant
He was reluctant to ask for help.
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unwilling
Initially the government was unwilling to accept the defeat.
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averse
He's not averse to publicity.
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resistant
Some people are resistant to the idea of exercise.
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hesitant
She was hesitant about coming forward with her story.
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balking
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loath
She is loath to give up her hard-earned liberty.
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not in the mood
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indisposed
He seemed indisposed to chat.
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Additional synonyms

in the sense of averse
Definition
opposed
He's not averse to publicity.
in the sense of hesitant
Definition
doubtful and unsure in speech or action
She was hesitant about coming forward with her story.
Synonyms
shy,
hesitating,
wavering,
lacking confidence,
hanging back,
half-arsed (British, slang),
half-assed (US, Canadian, slang),
in the sense of indisposed
Definition
unwilling
He seemed indisposed to chat.

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