Sceptics were reluctant to challenge John F.
The reluctant stars would, of course, soon follow his lead.
Some Senate Democrats are also reluctant to throw their support behind it.
Some victims are reluctant to believe that someone they trusted could violate them, advocates and researchers say.
Some younger folk are reluctant to work, too.
The government remains reluctant to arm the Sunni tribesmen who might defend their homes.
This round was launched, with the reluctant agreement of developing countries, last November.
Italians may be reluctant to wed, but they have also been reluctant to split up.
On this account a person is modest when they are reluctant to evaluate themselves in terms of their good qualities.
People who are sick and should be wearing a mask are often reluctant to do so, because it makes them stand out in the crowd.
Critics suggest that close relations between the tabloids and senior police sources made the latter reluctant to delve deeper.
I was very reluctant to see In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America, and even more reluctant to write about it.
Furthermore, even when investors make funds available, businesses are sometimes reluctant to turn to capital markets rather than banks.
And so I’m wondering whether you think that it is actually these historical things which have made players reluctant to get the vaccine.
Mr Naím is reluctant—too reluctant—to credit the internet, which is surely the most obvious force undermining hierarchy.
Those commanders, Gillibrand and others argue, are often reluctant to pursue charges against their troops, and overrule recommendations for courts martial or reduce the charges.
Mo Mowlam, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, is hoping for a promotion but Mr Blair is reluctant to move her unless the logjam in the Ulster peace process has been broken.
Submission fees are a possible solution to this problem, but publishers seem reluctant to introduce them as they feel rejected authors may be reluctant to subsidise the costs of accepted authors.
The ori is the foundation of Yoruba philosophy, and a Yoruba philosopher will be reluctant to separate it from destiny, just as a Yoruba religio-philosopher will feel reluctant to separate himself from divination.
The caller was “unknown,” which made her reluctant to pick up, but also reluctant to not pick up, in the event that they didn’t leave a message and she was forever plagued by who it could have been—a long-lost lover, a publishing offer, Publishers Clearing House . . . .
- unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom
Example: a reluctant smile
- disinclined to become involved
Example: they were usually reluctant to socialize
- not eager
Example: foreigners stubbornly reluctant to accept our ways
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