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disinclined

dis in klahynd

  • v  make unwilling
  • a  unwilling because of mild dislike or disapproval
    disinclined to say anything to anybody

  • Experts tell us that according to a random sampling conducted at zoos around the country, most chimpanzees are disinclined to voice any objection to the way the President .
  • If many social workers are disinclined to make sure their young charges are schooled in the basics of sex education, foster parents are often equally uncomfortable with the topic.
  • If so, that's just the start: the study also describes the voyageur franais as often unwilling or unable to communicate in foreign languages, and particularly disinclined to spend .
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  • Colin Moynihan in CNN
    Donors or sponsors would be disinclined to support the London Olympic Games if the host nation's Olympic team has a tarnished reputation,Moynihan added.
  • Joe Barton in CNN International
    I am moving today to the ministry of home affairs. I will be less than honest if I don't say I was disinclined (to accept the new portfolio). But the final call is taken by party leader -- in my case Congress president Sonia Gandhi -- and Prime... P Chidambaram http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P._Chidambaram&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEnTBD7V0iP1aRXOG75a-xyYABDYg Sify http://www.google.com/url?q=http://sify.com/finance/fullstory.php%3Fid%3D14809038&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEwVRuDJbwxQLp7cCEOFlGAVCel4A Nov 30, 2008 28497 37372 disinclined I think the House Republicans have shown that, when we're not included in the decision-making, we're disinclined to sign off on the solution," Barton said.

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