Definition of ill-disposed in English:

ill-disposed

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adjective

Unfriendly or unsympathetic: this fact was ignored by ill-disposed critics
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  • Surely this expresses, in part, Guest's anxiety about critics who were ill-disposed toward the beauty, elusive humor, and obliquity of her style.
  • Companies like Swedish SKF and Kodak, among others, will interpret such a step as an ill-disposed attitude towards foreign investors in general.
  • As the story progresses, his conspicuous use of foreign terms - agapemone, desiderata, virgo intacta, pace, esprit fort - makes us increasingly ill-disposed to tolerate his point of view.
Synonyms
hostile, antagonistic, unfriendly, unsympathetic, antipathetic, inimical, unfavourable; opposing, opposed, averse, contrary, at odds
informal anti, down on

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