V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary
Definition: 1. a desire to avoid something; 2. a mild aversion to something
Synonyms: distaste, reluctance, unwillingness
Tips: The adjective form of disinclination is disinclined. It is usually used in the formulation: someone is disinclined to (do) something. Disinclination is often preceded by "strong," indicating vehemence against doing something. Disinclination is not as strong as an aversion to something, as it is more of a reluctance and distaste, versus a hatred or fear of something.
I have a disinclination to doing housework. (reluctance, distaste)
I am disinclined to answer your request at this time. (unwilling, reluctant) adjective
At this point in his life, the idealistic man has a strong disinclination to working for a large corporation where he won't make a difference. (distaste, unwillingness)
My disinclination to get up and go to work in the morning grows stronger every day. (reluctance)
Discover How You Can Improve Your
Vocabulary 10 to 100 Times Faster with
the Power Vocabulary Builder
The definition and lessons for the word disinclination were made available by the .
The Power Vocabulary Builder will help you develop a fuller, richer vocabulary 10 to 100 times faster than any other program available.
Visit the thesite right now to discover how you can get full access to this breakthrough program today!