undesirous


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undesirous

(ˌʌndɪˈzaɪərəs) or

undesiring

adj
having or feeling no desire for something
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Adj.1.undesirous - having or feeling no desireundesirous - having or feeling no desire; "a very private man, totally undesirous of public office"
desirous, wishful - having or expressing desire for something; "desirous of high office"; "desirous of finding a quick solution to the problem"
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But this much I have said, because the Americans, as a nation, set their trust in liberty and in equality, of which I detest the one, and deny the possibility of the other; and because, also, as a nation, they are wholly undesirous of Rest, and incapable of it; irreverent of themselves, both in the present and in the future; discontented with what they are, yet having no ideal of anything which they desire to become" (17.432).
A phytochemical with similar properties to that of the steroids that can bring about the changes necessary for restoration of general well being, sexual interest and activity without producing the undesirous side effects associated with the current hormone replacement therapy will contribute significantly to the management of erectile dysfunction (ED).
Sir Peter explained to 'security' that he was 84 and undesirous of walking the 200 yards to the royal enclosure entrance and then back.