adjective[predic., with infinitive]
Unwilling; reluctant: the rural community was disinclined to abandon the old ways
More example sentences
- Audiences today are not only disinclined to listen to new music, they're reluctant to listen to anything unfamiliar.
- The majority party is a closely-knit organization nationwide and is less popular among youths who are generally disinclined to go to the poll.
- For the rest, the hand emerges abruptly from the kiosk without greeting or acknowledgement, and one is then disinclined to be pleasant in return.