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loath or loathe?
If you are loath to do something, it means you are not willing to do it; you are reluctant:

He’s believed that for such a long time; he’s loath to admit he’s wrong.

To loathe something means to hate it very intensely:

I absolutely loathe onions. I can’t even stand the smell of them.
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