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disinclination (noun) unwillingness.
A person's disinclination to work is their unwillingness to work. 'His disinclination to be of any help to us was clear from his silence.’ This means that his silence showed that he was unwilling to help us. A selfish person has the disinclination to be of any service to the community. That is, his unwillingness to serve the community shows his selfishness.
- With the profits of advancing technology and globalization of trade, there is a general disinclination among nations to go to war with any country. On the contrary, they are looking forward to greater cooperation.
- Children of parents, who constantly pressure their children to top the class, develop a disinclination to attend school and to study, and look for opportunities to dodge studies.