dejected (part of speech: verb)
de-motivated (part of speech: verb)
dissuaded (part of speech: verb)
dampened, deterred, disheartened, banned, depressed, restrained, diverted, barred, averted, discouraged, prevented, checked, daunted, admonished, chilled, inhibited, dissuaded, intimidated, derailed, deflected
refused (part of speech: verb)
unwilling (part of speech: adjective)
loath, resisting, uncooperative, study at reluctant, unwilling, irreconcilable, defiant, recalcitrant, unconsenting, averse, unhelpful, noncooperative, reluctant, non-consenting, balky, squeamish, hesitant, uncomplying, opposed, indisposed, obstinate, unyielding, contrary, balking, stubborn
- It could not be hidden, however, and her large symmetrical figure, swinging as she walked, attracted the attention of the man; as he stood there, leaning against the paling, he felt by no means disinclined to while away his hour of rest by a few soft words with the comely stranger. - "A Dozen Ways Of Love", Lily Dougall.
- She was very tired, but restless, and disinclined for bed. - "The Shadow of the East", E. M. Hull.
- But in general she had a dreamy, sunny look, as of one fed with humorous fancies, but disinclined often to the trouble of communicating them. - "Marcella", Mrs. Humphry Ward.