Thesaurus.com
Thesaurus / predispose

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

This narrative of how good movies are made is so deeply ingrained in our culture that it’s been incredibly hard to displace, even in an era when we’re more predisposed to examine the toxicity inherent to this method of moviemaking.
On the flip side, someone who is not predisposed may experience stress but not develop depression, he notes.
At just the age when they are biologically predisposed to seek independence from their families, teens have been trapped at home.
The use of alcohol is believed by many physicians to predispose a person to tuberculosis.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
The same causes also predispose plants as well as animals, to epidemic attacks of disease.
But her experience of Montrose and Meath did not predispose her towards the provincial atmosphere.
LOLA MONTEZEDMUND B. D'AUVERGNE
As a matter of fact, he will have so disturbed himself as to predispose to insomnia.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
It is evident that certain conditions predispose to headache.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
Woman's confined life and nerve-distracting habits predispose her to revery, meditation, and morbid habits of mind and feeling.
These conditions result in mouth breathing and in other conditions which predispose to the attacks of microbes.
DEGENERACYEUGENE S. TALBOT

WORDS RELATED TO PREDISPOSE

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

WORD OF THE DAY

speciousadjective | [spee-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION
See Today's Synonym