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disposed

[ dih-spohzd ]
/ dɪˈspoʊzd /
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adjective
having a certain inclination or disposition; inclined (usually followed by to or an infinitive): a man disposed to like others.
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Origin of disposed

1300–50; Middle English. See dispose, -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM disposed

dis·pos·ed·ly, adverbdis·pos·ed·ness, nounhalf-dis·posed, adjectivenon·dis·posed, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for disposed

disposed
/ (dɪˈspəʊzd) /

adjective
  1. having an inclination as specified (towards something)
  2. (in combination)well-disposed
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