indisposed

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adjective in·dis·posed \-ˈspōzd\

Examples of indisposed in a sentence

  1. <one person in our reading group is very indisposed to choosing a racy book>

  2. <stays home from work whenever he feels the least indisposed>

15th Century

First Known Use of indisposed

15th century


INDISPOSED Defined for English Language Learners

indisposed

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adjective in·dis·posed \-ˈspōzd\

Definition of indisposed for English Language Learners

  • : slightly ill : not feeling well

  • : not willing or likely to do something


INDISPOSED Defined for Kids

indisposed

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adjective in·dis·posed \ˌin-di-ˈspōzd\

Definition of indisposed for Students

  1. 1 :  slightly ill

  2. 2 :  not willing <I'm indisposed to permit this.>


Medical Dictionary

indisposed

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adjective in·dis·posed \ˌin-dis-ˈpōzd\

Medical Definition of indisposed

  1. :  being usually temporarily in poor physical health :  slightly ill

indisposition

\(ˌ)in-ˌdis-pə-ˈzish-ən\play noun


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