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disinclination

dis·in·cli·na·tion

disinclination

 
 
pronunciation:
dIs In klih neI shn
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part of speech: noun
definition: a feeling of distaste; unwillingness or reluctance.
He had a desire to see other places, and his wife's disinclination to travel frustrated him at times.
antonyms:
enthusiasm, inclination, willingness
Word Parts
The word disinclination contains the following part:
clin, cline Greek root that means lean, slope