BE UNWILLING &c. adj.; nill [archaic]; dislike [See Dislike]; grudge, begrudge; not find it in ones heart to, not have the stomach to.
DEMUR, stick at, scruple, stickle; hang fire, run rusty [colloq.], go stale; give up, let down [slang]; pull back, be a dead weight, be a passenger in the boat, not pull fair, shirk, slack, shy [dial. Eng.], fight shy of, get by [slang], duck [slang]; recoil, shrink, swerve; hesitate [See Irresolution]; avoid [See Avoidance].
OPPOSE [See Opposition]; dissent [See Dissent]; refuse [See Refusal].
UNWILLINGLY &c. adj.; grudgingly, with a heavy heart; with -a bad, - an ill- grace; against -, sore against- -ones wishes, - ones will, - the grain; invita Minerva [L.]; à contre cur [F.]; malgré soi [F.]; in spite of -ones teeth, - oneself; nolens volens [L.] (necessity) [See Necessity]; perforce [See Compulsion]; under protest; no [See Negation]; if I must I must; not if one can help it; not for the world; far be it from me.