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loath


loath

adjective

Definition of LOATH

slow to begin or proceed with a course of action because of doubts or uncertainty <I was loath to accept his claim of having climbed Mount Everest>
Synonyms cagey (also cagy), disinclined, dubious, indisposed, loath (also loth or loathe), reluctant, reticent
Antonyms disposed, inclined

Variants of LOATH

loath also loth or lothe
March 06, 2015
eolian Hear it
Deposited, produced, or eroded by wind
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