uneager

adjective
un·​ea·​ger | \ˌən-ˈē-gər \

Definition of uneager 

: feeling or showing a lack of eagerness : reluctant or unwilling : not eager an apprehensive, uneager expression … contractors were rumored to be uneager to make large R&D efforts …— William Sweet

First Known Use of uneager

1820, in the meaning defined above

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