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- adj. not much disposed towards somebody or something; unsympathetic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not friendly; inclined to oppose or refuse.
- Unwell; indisposed.
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As the film makes clear, Wilson was not a professional agitator, or even ill-disposed towards the administration.
Not going to apologize for being ill-disposed toward drunk drivers.
He is not so ill-disposed toward new ideas and new methods as his history would seem to indicate.
“All I can say,” he reported when he got there, “is that the nations of these countries are very ill-disposed towards the French, and devoted entirely to the English.”
If they are not misinformed, misguided and/or unjustifiably ill-disposed towards other people, how else do you account for their position on this issue?
I was ill-disposed to improve it on the say so of my teachers, my sole act of rebellion for many years.
The fact the CFTC weekly report points to a high number of negative euro bets doesn't necessarily mean the rest of the market is similarly ill-disposed, analysts say.
As you seem ill-disposed to have a care for your own well-being, I have no choice but to do so.
But you don't have to be ill-disposed to either candidate to worry about their chances of defeating the current mayor.
Iran, along with the Arab states, present Israel with an existential threat that America, especially under Obama, is showing itself ill-disposed to address.
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