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indispose

verb in·dis·pose \ˌin-di-ˈspōz\
in·dis·posedin·dis·pos·ing

Definition of INDISPOSE

transitive verb
1
a :  to make unfit :  disqualify
b :  to make averse :  disincline
2
archaic :  to cause to be in poor physical health

Origin of INDISPOSE

probably back-formation from indisposed
First Known Use: 1653

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