Similar words: reluctant, reluctance, instantly, importantly, gallantly, indignantly, disinfectant, significantly. Meaning: [rɪ'lʌktəntlɪ] adv. with reluctance.
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1. Because I like, so reluctantly, not so much why.
2. Reluctantly, he acquiesced to/in the plans.
3. He boarded the ship reluctantly.
4. He reluctantly conceded the point to me.
5. He reluctantly conceded me the point.
6. She upheld her hand reluctantly.
7. 'I'm very nervous,' she admitted reluctantly.
8. Her father reluctantly consented to the marriage.
9. He reluctantly conceded that he was not fit enough to play in the match.
10. Don't take yourself too reluctantly, because no one will care about.
11. I was reluctantly persuaded to join the committee.
12. She retrenched her speech reluctantly.
13. He reluctantly yielded to their demands.
14. She left her home reluctantly and sick at heart.
15. She reluctantly agreed to step down as managing director.
16. He thought for a moment, then reluctantly agreed.
17. He finally agreed, albeit reluctantly, to help us.
18. He trod heavily and reluctantly up the stairs.
19. Chris went with her, albeit reluctantly.
20. We have reluctantly decided to close the factory.
21. We reluctantly agreed to go with her.
22. After much thought, we reluctantly agreed.
23. He reluctantly consented to his daughter's marriage.
24. We have reluctantly agreed to let him go.
25. Reluctantly, he started the engine and drove off.
26. She reluctantly agreed to let the matter drop.
27. Carrie smelled coffee and her eyes opened reluctantly.
28. She mouthed the drug and then swallowed it reluctantly.
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29. The life most of the time, commitments equals to constrain, reluctantly we yearn for bound.
30. In a desperate attempt to stave off defeat, he reluctantly promised wholesale reform of the constitution.
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