loath in a sentence

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loath;

[adjective] Unwilling or reluctant to do something

He embraced her and was loath to let her go.

More and more wives have their own careers, which they are loath to abandon.

Austria is hardly the only country loath to accept foreigners.

In the past, many companies were loath to hire women professionals because they feared the women would quit when they got married.

He made it known to his friends that he was loath to run for the election.

Organizations are loath to admit this is a problem.

The government is loath to alter its economic policy.

She was loath to tell her name to that strange man.

She’d been loath to accept the reality that the firm had grown too big to maintain its quality.

I am loath to tell him the truth because I know he’ll get angry.