Examples of unwilling in a Sentence
He was an unwilling participant in the demonstration.
unwilling contributions from city employees who felt pressured to do so
Recent Examples of unwilling from the Web
Pre-k programs unwilling to be evaluated would not be eligible for funding.
There would be no forced resettlement for rebels unwilling to reconcile.
This, of course, coming as many on the left have literally started to completely and utterly unravel and be unhinged, unwilling to believe their own lying eyes.
Others who agreed with Wilkinson's decision responded by writing retaliatory five-star reviews, turning Yelp into an unwilling platform for political speech.
But these regulations haven’t been imposed on unwilling lobstermen.
Dozier touched home plate and began to high-five those who congregated outside his dugout, unwilling to remember what could befall them.
An alarmingly large portion of the American public is apparently unable — or unwilling — to look at, or listen to, a Central American child in distress and see a fellow human being.
Investors have remained sanguine about the ECB’s plans, with many unwilling to make big bets that the withdrawal of stimulus will lead to much higher bond yields.
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UNWILLING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unwilling for English Language Learners
: not wanting to do something
: made to do something that you do not want to do
UNWILLING Defined for Kids
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