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loth

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlothloth /ləʊθ $ loʊθ/ adjective [not before noun]  x-refanother spelling of loath
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lothIt was loth to do this because the bonds were a potential goldmine when the junk-bond market recovered.I am attempting to wean him but it is I and not the child who is loth to finish the business.Moreover, their sons are loth to follow their fathers into farming.State companies, accustomed to cosy relations with government, will be loth to offer up their own 10% of flesh.I was also beginning to see why Edward had been loth to speak openly about his work.

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