reluctate

reluctate

[ri-luhk-teyt]
verb (used without object), reluctated, reluctating. Obsolete.
to show reluctance.

Origin:
1635–45; < Latin reluctātus, past participle of reluctārī. See reluct, -ate1

reluctation, noun
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