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 Dérivé de reluctant avec le suffixe -ly.

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Nature Forme
Positif reluctantly
Comparatif more reluctantly
Superlatif most reluctantly

reluctantly \Prononciation ?\

  1. À contrecœur, à contre-cœur.
    • Urquhart succeeded in establishing the impression of a man who was being dragged reluctantly towards the seat of power, placing his duty to his colleagues and country above his own, modest personal interests. — (Michael Dobbs, House of Cards. 1989. Citation extraite du chapitre intitulé « Tuesday 16th November – Wednesday 16th November ».)

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