Proluctance

Proluctance

n.
the paradoxical urge to avoid doing something you’ve been looking forward to—opening a decisive letter, meeting up with a friend who’s finally back in town, reading a new book from your favorite author—perpetually waiting around for the right state of mind, stretching out the bliss of anticipation as long as you can.

Latin pro-, forward + reluctans, resisting. Pronounced “proh-luhk-tuhns.”

Agnosthesia

Altschmerz

Loss Of Backing

Keep

Maugry

1202

Heartspur

Aesthosis

Wellium

Punt Kick

Manusia

Apolytus

Indosentia

Endzoned

Liberosis

Proluctance

Vaucasy

Ioia

Furosha

Moledro

On Tenderhooks

Elsing

Lookaback

Keir

Ecury

Keta

Kenaway