She used to miss the trash can when she disposed of her cat litter, leaving a mess on the porch.
Remains were classified as “dead human tissue” and disposed of as clinical waste, according to a 2007 article in Visual Studies.
Next year, the Israeli electorate may not be so disposed to re-elect its prime minister.
“TV and video games condition us to forget how bodies are disposed of,” she says.
Some is sold as a liming agent, and some is disposed of in landfills (though it used to be sent to Colorado to fertilize crops).
The bull had disposed of a sufficiently good number of horses.
We are not disposed to enter into the question in any spirit of censure.
I own that I am disposed to say grace upon twenty other occasions in the course of the day besides my dinner.
I had no doubt they were discussing the same subject which the mate and I had disposed of.
The smallest amount of heat is so disposed as to accomplish the largest result.
mid-14c., "inclined, in the mood," past participle adjective from dispose. Meaning "in a certain condition" is late 14c.; "arranged" is 15c.