verb (used with object), in·dis·posed, in·dis·pos·ing.
Origin of indispose
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Historical Examples of indispose
I did not wish to indispose him still further by an appearance of marked curiosity.Under Western Eyes
We may now manage so to deal with the rest as to indispose them for further pursuit.Runnymede and Lincoln Fair
The religion of Sully also tended to indispose the Queen towards him.The Life of Marie de Medicis, Vol. 2 (of 3)
We indispose the French government, and they will retract their offer of the treaty of commerce.
Patience seems to be prudence, in this case; to indispose them, would do no good, and might do harm.