Definitions for loathness

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

loath*loʊθ, loʊð(adj.)

or loth

  1. unwilling; reluctant:

    to be loath to admit a mistake.

* Syn: See reluctant.

Origin of loath:

bef. 900; ME loth, lath, OE lāth hostile, hateful, c. OS lēth, OHG leid, ON leithr

loath′ness(n.)

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  1. loathness(Noun)

    unwillingness; reluctance

Webster Dictionary

  1. Loathness(noun)

    unwillingness; reluctance

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