reluctance, hesitancy, hesitation, disinclination, indisposition
Meaning: a certain degree of unwillingness; "a reluctance to commit himself"; "his hesitancy revealed his basic indisposition"; "after some hesitation he agreed"
Meaning: that toward which you are inclined to feel dislike; "his disinclination for modesty is well known"
The first indications usually are a disinclination to rest in the usual place, seeking a dark corner beneath a sofa, etc.
But from what I know of their disinclination to adopt the latter alternative, I am inclined to think that the passion may be dying out somewhat.
If the score had been heavy against us at the time, some fellows might have fancied Grant's reluctance was prompted by fear and a disinclination to shoulder another man's load in the first game he pitched.
Only my disinclination to leave Weena, and a persuasion that if I began to slake my thirst for murder my Time Machine might suffer, restrained me from going straight down the gallery and killing the brutes I heard.
Once I found another rabbit torn to pieces,--by the Hyena-swine, I am assured,--but that was all. It was about May when I first distinctly perceived a growing difference in their speech and carriage, a growing coarseness of articulation, a growing disinclination to talk.