Related formsin·dis·pos·ed·ness [in-di-spoh-zid-nis, -spohzd-] /ˌɪn dɪˈspoʊ zɪd nɪs, -ˈspoʊzd-/, noun
Definition for indisposed (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), in·dis·posed, in·dis·pos·ing.
Origin of indispose
Related formspre·in·dis·pose, verb (used with object), pre·in·dis·posed, pre·in·dis·pos·ing.
Examples from the Web for indisposed
Write him that I am indisposed, and that will end the matter.The Kreutzer Sonata and Other Stories|Leo Tolstoi
He doubted this and thought Britain would be indisposed to recede.Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie|Andrew Carnegie
"Indisposed," said Temple, with the air of one who knew the value of a word that was double-shotted.The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly|Charles James Lever
Our game is that he'll be indisposed to-morrow and keep his private rooms.The Red Redmaynes|Eden Phillpotts
To tell the truth, the agent did look as if he were indisposed.The Count's Millions|Emile Gaboriau