- dispose of,
Origin of disposition
Examples from the Web for dispositional
But since Conor focuses more on the positive attributes of “dispositional” religion, I want to give most of my attention to that.
Olsen divides GOP primary voters into two camps—“dispositional conservatives” and “ideological conservatives.”
The one etiological group then becomes split up into two which may be designated as the dispositional and the definitive groups.Three Contributions to the Theory of Sex|Sigmund Freud
late 14c., "ordering, management," also "tendency of mind," from Old French disposicion (12c.) "arrangement, order; mood, state of mind," from Latin dispositionem (nominative dispositio) "arrangement, management," noun of action from past participle stem of disponere "to put in order, arrange" (see dispose). References to "temperament" (late 14c. in English) are from astrological use of the word for "position of a planet as a determining influence."