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loath

loath (loth)

pronunciation:
loth [or] loth
part of speech: adjective
definition: extremely reluctant; unwilling.
She was generally loath to visit her cantankerous old aunt.
synonyms:
averse, disinclined, indisposed, reluctant, unwilling
antonyms:
anxious, eager, willing
similar words:
opposed, resistant
derivation: loathness (n.)