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Meanings and phrases
- unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom; loath; loth
- disinclined to become involved
- not eager
- Eva is initially reluctant but then agrees.
- The Bain Capital team was initially reluctant to invest its capital.
- She is initially reluctant but is encouraged by her mother to attend.
- Griswold was, at first, reluctant to accept the position.
- Giovanni is reluctant to accept and leaves the offer open.
- At first, he is reluctant to accept Cameryn as the assistant to the coroner.
- Indigenous governments are reluctant to take on the ongoing costs involved.
- Although initially reluctant to take the job, she and Frasier soon become good friends.
- Municipal Utility companies are often reluctant to take on metering individual spaces for several reasons.
- Though very reluctant and confused, Will agrees to give the new job a try.
- At first, The Warrior is very reluctant to be partnered with the Battlepug.
- A very reluctant Bobby initially refuses, but finally gives in and enters the casket.