well-disposed

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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

  • But it's not just military assistance that has left Pakistan so well-disposed toward China—Beijing also plays an important role in the Pakistani economy.
  • Headmasters were congenitally well-disposed towards middle-ground politics. POLITICAL SUICIDE
  • a relaxed environment well-disposed to the appreciation of good food and fine wine
  • He later noted in diary entries written during the draft riots that ‘Wool was unfitted by age for such duties though patriotic and well-disposed.’
  • I did not feel particularly well-disposed towards him.
  • Lefebvre in 1988, the materials now coming from the Society of St. Pius X continue, in my opinion, to add to the burden such an article must carry if the remission is to make sense to otherwise well-disposed outside observers. Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:
  • Thousands and ten-thousands of virtuous, well-disposed men and women, who had as little sympathy with anabaptistical as with Roman depravity; were butchered in cold blood, under the sanguinary rule of Charles, in the Netherlands. The Rise of the Dutch Republic — Volume 02: Introduction II
  • Conducting relations across an ideological divide is quite unlike dealing with a country broadly well-disposed towards one's own.
  • As very many well-disposed persons, by the unavoidable necessity of their affairs, are so unfortunate as to be totally buried in the country, where they labour under the most deplorable ignorance of what is transacting among the polite part of mankind, I cannot help thinking, that, as a publick writer, you should take the case of these truly compassionable objects under your consideration. The Rambler, sections 55-112 (1750-1751); from The Works of Samuel Johnson in Sixteen Volumes, Vol. IV
  • Conducting relations across an ideological divide is quite unlike dealing with a country broadly well-disposed towards one's own.
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