Thesaurus / well-disposed

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Mike had not been well-disposed towards the invaders before, but now he ran amok, hitting out right and left at random.

MikeP. G. Wodehouse

The well-disposed clans would welcome an administration of the country by which these lawless spirits could be kept in check.

The presence of the troops has given a sense of security to the well-disposed citizens and has tended to restrain the lawless.

It is enough for well-instructed and well-disposed children, generally, to know what the wishes of their parents are.

Charles DuranThe Author of The Waldos

How shall he make them well-disposed, attentive, willing to be instructed?

Public SpeakingClarence Stratton

That they are, on the whole, not well-disposed towards each other is also a fact frequently to be observed.

It is well-disposed towards believers, but ill-disposed towards unbelievers.

Joseph was a remarkably quiet and well-disposed child who gave his parents little or no trouble.

Gospel DoctrineJoseph F. Smith

But during the process of melting, the well-disposed came forward and threw in copper, silver, and gold in great quantities.

The Life or Legend of GaudamaRight Reverend Paul Ambroise Bigandet

But his comrades in other compartments were not so well-disposed.

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