Definition of Disinclination
a lack of interest; unwillingness
Use Disinclination in a sentence
I have a disinclination to do much of anything but hang around the house.
They show disinclination to work due to low salaries.
I understand your disinclination to hire someone with very little experience, but I assure you that my education and work ethic will more than make up for it.
I wonder why some student are showing a disinclination to pursue education opportunities in the university.
They show disinclination to accept responsibility for mistakes.
He showed a great disinclination to help me. I think I did something wrong.
The Canadian judiciary has shown a disinclination to jail people convicted of the simple possession of marijuana.
Japanese students seem not merely to be extremely reserved, but to have at times almost a complete disinclination to speak.
I think this reflects a — an old-fashioned American disinclination to — to trust politicians too much, which is healthy.