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undisposed

[ uhn-di-spohzd ]

adjective

  1. not favorably inclined; not prepared; unwilling:

    They are both disinclined to work and undisposed to starve.



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Word History and Origins

Origin of undisposed1

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; un- 1, disposed

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Example Sentences

Ditto the kind of people who let garbage pile up undisposed of (and don't or can't call an exterminator).

The factions in the council were again showing themselves; Elizabeth lay undisposed of at Woodstock.

At noon the camp was broken up, and we embarked, taking with us the prisoners that were still undisposed of.

In the month of February, 1842, the term of the commission expired, leaving many claims undisposed of for want of time.

Billy Curlew hung back to the last; and when the list was offered him, five shots remained undisposed of.

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