The men accepted his decision as a reasonable one; they were all well-disposed and tractable on the whole.
He seemed to be on the best of terms with some well-disposed harlequin.
But, this is a reason for, and not against, its being made as acceptable as possible to well-disposed men of decent behaviour.
However, I could not help hoping that Captain Ralph was well-disposed towards us.
“well-disposed” persons, with a good word from the priests, can obtain food at the convents of the mendicant friars.
One of the brothers appeared to be a quiet, well-disposed man.
Maria has been alert and well-disposed to your correspondence.
All these people are well-disposed and apparently of mild temper.
This when done by some well-disposed sailor in a melodrame, constitutes a situation of thrilling interest.
Fletcher was for the moment not well-disposed towards Sir Tom.