Once people believe something, they are disinclined to change their minds—even when overwhelming evidence suggests they should.
One factor Albert is disinclined to think is a reason for the decline in birth rate is an increase in abortions.
But Hagel just as quickly shut down the suggestion, saying he was disinclined to review the policy formally.
Both Link and Walsh remember Obama as disinclined to engage unless he already held an overwhelming advantage.
Kelly is usually so disinclined toward politics that his voter registration shows no party affiliation.
Nor are his Prussian Majesty's present ministers at all disinclined to the same system.
Doubtless, too, he would be tired after his journey and disinclined for such a function.
I hope he will not be disinclined to accompany me to the environs.
Brown was thinking, and Atkins seemed moody and disinclined to talk.
This did not incline me more towards Lady Anne, but it disinclined me towards marriage.