OTHER WORDS FOR predispose
OTHER WORDS FROM predisposepre·dis·pos·al, nounun·pre·dis·pos·ing, adjective
How to use predispose in a sentence
Those predisposed to experimentation today will be far ahead of the competition when it comes to connecting with consumers tomorrow.The content renaissance: More than the demise of cookies|Eugene Cherny|February 16, 2021|Search Engine Watch
Marketing that is predisposed to succeed and be persistently optimized, directly impacting clients’ bottom lines.
Rather, the paper said, those factors are vital tools for coordinating individuals who are already predisposed to conflict.What psychology of mass mobilization can tell us about the Capitol riot|Jennifer Ouellette|January 19, 2021|Ars Technica
Humans are predisposed to attend to threat, and this bias occurs even at a young age.Why Horror Films Are More Popular Than Ever - Issue 95: Escape|Coltan Scrivner|January 14, 2021|Nautilus
If there is no predisposing trauma—well, that might mean real trouble.How Serious Is Hillary Clinton’s Blood Clot and Hospitalization?|Kent Sepkowitz|December 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This may conveniently be discussed under Predisposing causes, and Exciting causes.A Statistical Inquiry Into the Nature and Treatment of Epilepsy|Alexander Hughes Bennett
From these conditions originates the active predisposing cause of pneumonia, to which we have already alluded.
Here then is a very marked case without any known predisposing local cause.
Father Kircher says that there is no doubt that worry plays an important role in predisposing persons to take the disease.Catholic Churchmen in Science|James J. Walsh
It is however, at least possible that the new diet of the civilised native may be a predisposing factor.A Journal of a Tour in the Congo Free State|Marcus Dorman