not inclined; having a disinclination; being unwilling (adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of disincline. (verb)
Examples of word disinclined
Cornyn said he is "disinclined" to support any tax increases as part of a defict reduction package.
As for his own future, Mr. Cooper said he's received a number of calls urging him to challenge State Senator Carl Marcellino, but said he's "disinclined" toward such a run.
It became kind of disinclined to really make any sacrifices.
And a CIA analyst with direct knowledge of the case said that the returned scientist had become the centre of a propaganda war and that the agency was "disinclined" to remain silent while Tehran scored points against Washington.
Outgoing Council President Scott Peters said he doesn't think San Diego faces imminent bankruptcy, and is "disinclined" to support Aguirre's recommendation to hire the law firm.