dis·in·cli·na·tion /(ˌ)dɪˌsɪnkləˈneʃən, ˌsɪŋ-/
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.
n 1: that toward which you are inclined to feel dislike; "his
disinclination for modesty is well known" [ant: inclination]
2: a certain degree of unwillingness; "a reluctance to commit
himself"; "after some hesitation he agreed" [syn: reluctance,
hesitancy, hesitation, indisposition]