well-disposed

adjective
well-dis·​posed | \ ˌwel-di-ˈspōzd \

Definition of well-disposed

: having a good disposition especially : disposed to be friendly, favorable, or sympathetic

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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well-disposed

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English Language Learners Definition of well-disposed

formal : having a favorable or friendly feeling about someone or something

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