Dis*in`cli*na"tion (?), n.

The state of being disinclined; want of propensity, desire, or affection; slight aversion or dislike; indisposition.

Disappointment gave him a disinclination to the fair sex. Arbuthnot.

Having a disinclination to books or business. Guardian.

Syn. -- Unwillingness; disaffection; alienation; dislike; indisposition; distaste; aversion; repugnance.

 

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