One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
reluctant, unenthusiastic, hesitant, afraid, resistant, grudging, involuntary, forced, enforced
2‘he was unwilling to take on that responsibility’
disinclined, reluctant, averse, loath, indisposed, not in the mood, slow, not about
not have the heart to, baulk at, jib at, demur at, shy away from, flinch from, recoil from, shrink from, mind, have qualms about, have scruples about, have misgivings about, have reservations about, stick at, think twice about, waver about, vacillate about, drag one's feet over, drag one's heels over, can't be bothered doing something
informal be cagey about, boggle at
archaic sweer, disrelish something
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