Synonyms & Antonyms : Reluctant


( Adjective )

He seemed reluctant to help us now.








Contextual Examples:

He was unwilling to be transferred to Mumbai but his boss did not consider his protest.

He seems to be averse to hard work.

My tenant’s rent payments are always slow.

She seems violently opposed to your going abroad.

The master was indisposed to give him permission.

He is a little backward in his studies.








Contextual Examples:

John is desirous of going to the United States for higher studies in computer programming.

We can go for a walk, if you feel so inclined.

He is eager to return to India after higher studies as a big boss.

He has disposed of his guests with great difficulty.

His interview has been favorable but the result would be known after a month.

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