Origin of indispose
OTHER WORDS FROM indisposepre·in·dis·pose, verb (used with object), pre·in·dis·posed, pre·in·dis·pos·ing.
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How to use indispose in a sentence
Spirits are decidedly prejudicial, and indispose to bodily exertion.
Is it true that these deformities, these warped, impaired, and dislocated constitutions indispose men to belief?The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 6 (of 12)|Robert G. Ingersoll
It is not now true that either climate or the habits of her people indispose them to manufactures.Speeches of Benjamin Harrison|Benjamin Harrison
The path now became steep and rather difficult; so much so, indeed, as to indispose them all to conversation.Home as Found|James Fenimore Cooper
Women, you know, are susceptible on these points; it might indispose her towards me, and lessen my chance.