ill-disposed[ il-di-spohzd ]SEE DEFINITION OF ill-disposed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILL-DISPOSED
I thought it would have been my death, for I never was so ill-disposed in all my life.
There are faults, and these of a kind this present age is ill-disposed to condone.
They may be honest, but they may also be ill-disposed, as are many of the blacks in this region.
The savages were evidently not ill-disposed towards the wanderers.
And the northern tribes were themselves not ill-disposed to such a change.
He is as ill-disposed towards me as the man who was my husband.
Champagny, however; was ill-disposed to brook their licentiousness.
But if he do not read it, know that he is ill-disposed towards us.
As for the turbulent and ill-disposed, I will make a severe example of them.
Often you snare a rabbit, and the minter is not ill-disposed to you.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ILL-DISPOSED
- not on speaking terms