redispose

VERB
  1. dispose anew
    The goods were redisposed at a great loss
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How To Use redispose In A Sentence

  • This illness predisposes you to gain weight
  • His lifestyle predisposed him to high blood pressure.
  • Rather, these results suggest that people who go to university have some other factor in their lives that predisposes them to this type of diabetes, she explained. Higher Education Linked To Rare Form Of Diabetes
  • They take pains to hire people whose personalities predispose them to serve customers well.
  • Dogs bred to have exaggerated angulation in the hindquarters, extreme pelvic slope, or are poorly muscled, poorly angulated, and narrow in the hips seem more predisposed.
  • Is it not obvious that one of the reasons that an ethnic group might do less well in academics is that they are genetically predisposed to lower “intelligence” level, as measured by those academics (regardless of which ethnic group you’re talking about)? The Volokh Conspiracy » 1. Science, Faith, and Not Ruling Out Possibilities
  • This is not surprising because females were virgins and may have been predisposed to accept any mate because they required sperm.
  • Stress can predispose people to heart attacks.
  • All three agreed that it is difficult to lead the masses anywhere - unless they are predisposed to head in that direction anyways.
  • The researchers cautioned that the study only predicts the likelihood that a child will be predisposed to physical prowess.
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