well-disposed

[ wel-di-spohzd ]SEE DEFINITION OF well-disposed

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WELL-DISPOSED

He seemed to be on the best of terms with some well-disposed harlequin.

However, I could not help hoping that Captain Ralph was well-disposed towards us.

One of the brothers appeared to be a quiet, well-disposed man.

This, from their unprepossessing appearance, we were not well-disposed to do.

Maria has been alert and well-disposed to your correspondence.

Buenos Ayres can boast of a well-disposed and orderly population.

All these people are well-disposed and apparently of mild temper.

And all well-disposed people must rejoice to have such a quiet end of it.

As a well-disposed subject and as jack of all trades, and what else?

Fletcher was for the moment not well-disposed towards Sir Tom.

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