lacking desire or willingness; unwilling; averse: I'm disinclined to go to the movies tonight.
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How to use disinclined in a sentence
While Meiburg seems disinclined toward environmental preaching, he does want to ignite our curiosity.
If you’re not inclined to get a vaccine, it is at least consistent that you would be similarly disinclined to take other steps aimed at limiting the spread of the virus.Vaccine skepticism and disregard for containment efforts go hand in hand | Philip Bump | April 2, 2021 | Washington Post
Republican men were especially disinclined, with 49 percent saying they don’t plan to get vaccinated.Vaccine restrictions vanish in pockets of the U.S., offering a glimpse of the future | Isaac Stanley-Becker, Lena H. Sun | March 18, 2021 | Washington Post
Once people believe something, they are disinclined to change their minds—even when overwhelming evidence suggests they should.
But Hagel just as quickly shut down the suggestion, saying he was disinclined to review the policy formally.Yes to LGB, No to T: The Pentagon Still Has a Transgender Ban | Tim Mak | October 21, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
For this reason, Obama appears disinclined to order air strikes unless the conditions exist for political progress.
Given all of this, Iran is apparently disinclined to foment a political rebellion against Maliki among the Shia.
He seemed disinclined to fight for the things he and his party had projected.
Gwynne would have felt restless and disinclined for law and politics this morning had he never seen Isabel Otis.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
Notwithstanding these arguments, the Widow still seemed rather disinclined to the arrangement.
At first, he was disinclined to believe it possible for any Christian King to have Mussulman rayats.The Cradle of Mankind | W.A. Wigram
I tried to get from him all that he knew concerning Elma, but he seemed, for some curious reason, disinclined to tell.The Czar's Spy | William Le Queux
Those who had hesitated in their patronage of the poet were not disinclined to aid the painter.Art in England | Dutton Cook