fain

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

fain

adjective

Definition of FAIN

having a desire or inclination (as for a specified course of action) <during the Renaissance most men of science and the arts were fain to express their noblest thoughts in Latin, the lingua franca of the learned>
Near Antonyms averse, loath (also loth or loathe), reluctant, reticent

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