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Sentence count:49+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-03Updated:2017-03-03
Similar words: willingnesswillingwillinglymillingfulfillingunwittingunwittinglyfill inMeaning: n. the trait of being unwilling. 
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1 Her unwillingness to answer questions undermined the strength of her position.
2 Their unwillingness to discuss the problem is quite obvious.
3 I was somewhat puzzled at his unwillingness to help.
4 The nation must be aroused from its unwillingness to work.
5 His apparent unwillingness would disappear if we paid him enough.
6 The lazybones must be aroused from their unwillingness to work.
7 A reprisal for her unwillingness to co-operate last night?
8 The unwillingness of oil-consuming societies to check their spending resulted in the phenomenon of stagflation: slow growth combined with inflation.
9 There was also an unwillingness to interfere in cases involving security of the state.
10 Her unwillingness to answer any of his questions puzzled him.
11 Southern delegates to the Continental Congress expressed unwillingness to use their militias outside their own borders.
12 His arrogance and unwillingness to learn from others prevent him from being an effective member of the team.
13 The difficulty arises from ministerial unwillingness to curb the dash for gas or to cut-off the cross-Channel interconnector.
14 She has even declared her unwillingness to accept a presidential pardon because it carries an implicit concession of guilt.
15 The premise underlying them expresses an unwillingness to be drawn into any alleged dichotomy between jurisdictional and non jurisdictional fact.
16 Her unwillingness to cooperate put me in a quandary.
17 One worry is the unwillingness to accept default.
18 His unwillingness to cooperate vetoed every proposal I made.
19 However, seat belts also involve a degree of inconvenience,( as evidenced by the unwillingness of many people to use them.
20 There was no reason for this other than a certain unwillingness to emerge from our bond trading shell.
21 He was pleased; he had been disturbed by her recent unwillingness.
22 Crises are characterized by anger, miscommunications,[] defending of positions and unwillingness to listen.
23 One reason for this may have lain in the unwillingness of biologists to accept the highly abstract nature of his theory.
24 George Birkitt, whose main problem with the lines had been an unwillingness to look at them, showed a marked improvement.
25 The question of whether the workers wish to co-operate becomes secondary as unwillingness carries with it the threat of losing their jobs.
26 Certainly the late swing towards the Tories suggests an unwillingness to see Kinnock as prime minister.
27 The work of regulatory agencies was also undermined by budget cuts and a concerted unwillingness to enforce existing regulations.
28 The need for these movements shows the ineffectiveness and unwillingness of the present system to deal with issues central to the voter.
29 Many have argued that one of the fatal flaws a manager can have is unwillingness or inability to delegate.
30 In fact they are often driven by ruthlessly self-interested motives that leave him in a position of seeming weakness and unwillingness to defend not only national but his own political interests.
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