verb (used without object)
- relocation costs,
Origin of reluct
Examples from the Web for reluct
He was by nature highly passionate, but more apt to reluct at the excesses of it.Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions|John Donne
Milton makes Adam reluct and wrangle, but it is easy to see he will succumb to his wife's persuasions.Flowers of Freethought|George W. Foote
The first glance made us reluct at encountering in the outset the writer's formidable-looking preface.