1. make unfit or unsuitable
    Your income disqualifies you
  2. cause to feel unwell
    She was indisposed
  3. make unwilling
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How To Use indispose In A Sentence

  • She's indisposed... A member of the family... No... No... No! MISS MELVILLE REGRETS
  • Ms. Bustamante is... indisposed and asked that I come here to make arrangements for Alice's release. EVERY SECRET THING
  • I am indisposed with a headache.
  • The young men seem to be preferring some request which the elder ones are indisposed to grant.
  • He is indisposed to join the mobile medical team.
  • And the ladies did tend to be "indisposed" a great deal, poor things; it was the one weapon that the weak ones had in dealing with their mates- The Elvenbane
  • I cried all the way home; and then sat down so/dowie/by the fire, indisposed to speak to any son or daughter of Adam. New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle
  • In tertian fever, the morbific cause seeking the heart in the first instance, and hanging about the heart and lungs, renders the patient short-winded, disposed to sighing, and indisposed to exertion, because the vital principle is oppressed and the blood forced into the lungs and rendered thick. On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals
  • With any luck, the Emperor would be "indisposed" today after his bout with the storm, and with further luck, the mage-storm would send his mental and physical state plummeting again. Storm Breaking
  • Oliver's health, as we might observe, was but uncertain in late times; often "indisposed" the spring before last. The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886
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