- a not disposed or inclined toward
an unwilling assistant
unwilling to face facts
- s in spite of contrary volition
- But the soldiers largely stay inside their camps, unwilling to patrol or exert any large presence that might provoke or discourage the militants, Swat residents and .
- For instance, if you go to Atlanta's Dogwood and find yourself unwilling to part with $12 for crab-brie fondue or $29 for steak, you can instead order $4 ham-and-cheese grits .
- He is solid on the essentials of most issues but daring on nonehe swims contentedly in the Democratic Party's mainstream, unwilling to lose any potential voters with, well, the .
News & Articles
- Who Has the Advantage with the Silencing of the Trayvon Jury?
Judge Debra Nelson ordered the deciders-in-waiting to be sequestered for the length of the trial, in a kind of side jab at the defense potentially signaling that she is unwilling to let George Zimmerman's attorneys sway objectivity with a public smearing of Martin's past. But this may not be a direct blow to Team Zimmerman.
June 13, 2013 - The Atlantic Wire
- When victims are silent …
ALAMOSA — It’s hard to prosecute defendants in criminal cases if their alleged victims are uncooperative or unwilling to come forward.
June 13, 2013 - Valley Courier
- DeKalb residents want animal shelter near PDK
Unwilling to wait for a county recommendation on where a new animal shelter should go, more than 50 DeKalb County residents from two separate groups on Tuesday pressed leaders to consider just one site.
June 11, 2013 - Atlanta Journal-Constitution
- Keith Lewis in Kansas City Star
After our press conference in New York, we had hoped we would be able to forge a better working relationship,Lewis said. "However, since that time, it has become abundantly clear that Carrie is unwilling to fulfill her obligations under...
- President Bush in Hindustan Times
Saddam Hussein was given a trial that he was unwilling to give the thousands of people he killed,Bush said.
- Clarence Thomas in History News Network
I am unwilling to assume,Thomas writes, "that we, as members of this Court, are any more capable of making such moral judgments than our fellow citizens."