well disposed

ADJECTIVE
  1. inclined to help or support; not antagonistic or hostile
    a relaxed environment well-disposed to the appreciation of good food and fine wine
    well disposed to the good order and happiness of the United States
    a government friendly to our interests
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How To Use well disposed In A Sentence

  • And also, of course, making people much less well disposed to it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Instead, 217 was not such a bad score on a pitch sprinkled with drizzle and well disposed to good seam bowling.
  • The tribes which inhabit the Upper Hunter and the adjacent parts of the colony are extremely harmless and well disposed.
  • They are likely to be well disposed to an offer of a separate peace deal.
  • This makes you feel woozy and well disposed to others around you. The Sun
  • It makes them feel included - and therefore well disposed. Times, Sunday Times
  • It makes them feel included - and therefore well disposed. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Spaniard should feel more well disposed to his predecessor than the Scot. Times, Sunday Times
  • This functionary, however well disposed to my friend, could not altogether conceal his chagrin at the turn which affairs had taken, and was fain to indulge in a sarcasm or two about the propriety of every person minding his own business.
  • Having made trial of the strong arm of the mob as an instrument for putting down the Abolitionists, and been quite confounded by its unexpected energy and unmanageableness, Boston was well disposed to lay the weapon aside as much too dangerous for use. William Lloyd Garrison The Abolitionist
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