disposed

[ dih-spohzd ]SEE DEFINITION OF disposed

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPOSED

He was disposed to think more favourably of the nature of the country.

But we are disposed to vindicate the propriety of the step he took.

"It is a blessing that any of it is disposed of while you are not here," said Aunt Jane.

She disposed of that obstreperous individual most summarily.

Two field pieces were disposed in the front and two in the rear line.

"Take this," he directed presently, when he had disposed of the matters before him.

In such a diversity it was impossible I should be disposed to melancholy.

If my enemies had come on me then disposed to kill me, I could not have lifted a hand in defence of my life.

On the contrary, he wanted to know just what Mr Verloc would be disposed to say voluntarily.

Perhaps we may be disposed to say, it was time she did believe.

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