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disinclination

dis in kluh nay shuhn

  • n  that toward which you are inclined to feel dislike
    his disinclination for modesty is well known
  • n  a certain degree of unwillingness

  • disinclination of to have sex with "one of the ugliest, angriest women I've ever seen" is recalled by.
  • No one can yet say for sure whether an elderly person's disinclination to mental exercise is a cause or a symptom of the disease.
  • disinclination of to interrupt vacationing by at Disney World to discuss indictment of with reporters.
News & Articles

  • Bergen: Al Qaeda's potent Syria force
    Why has the Obama administration been so reluctant to intervene in Syria? There are a host of reasons -- American fatigue with war, President Barack Obama's disinclination to start another conflict in the Middle East, and the splintered, fractured opposition to Bashar al-Assad.
    Aug. 30, 2013 - CNN
  • Al Qaeda's potent force in Syria
    Why has the Obama administration been so reluctant to intervene in Syria? There are a host of reasons -- American fatigue with war, President Barack Obama's disinclination to start another conflict in the Middle East, and the splintered, fractured opposition to Bashar al-Assad.
    Aug. 30, 2013 - CNN
  • Bergen: Al Qaeda's potent force in Syria
    Why has the Obama administration been so reluctant to intervene in Syria? There are a host of reasons -- American fatigue with war, President Barack Obama's disinclination to start another conflict in the Middle East, and the splintered, fractured opposition to Bashar al-Assad. But one reason looms large: al Qaeda. Al Qaeda's affiliate in Syria, Jabhat al-Nusra, is generally acknowledged to be ...
    Aug. 29, 2013 - WISC-TV Madison
Quotes

  • Douglas Adams in Plant Engineering
    Step 3: Get the right people involved in the issue - Douglas Adams said "Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so."
  • Joe Nacchio in New York Times
    When he learned that no such authority had been granted, and that there was a disinclination on the part of the authorities to use any legal process,Mr. Nacchio concluded that the requests violated federal privacy requirements "and issued...
  • Joseph Campbell in Newswise (press release)
    Before the 20s, it was reprinted only sporadically,Campbell said. "The Sun's hesitant embrace probably stemmed from the newspaper's disinclination to promote its journalists as star reporters or celebrities."

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