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indispose

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Pronunciation: /ɪndɪˈspəʊz
 
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Definition of indispose in English:

verb

[with object] archaic
1Make (someone) unfit for or unable to do something: not to get one’s sleep indisposes one for the whole day
2Make (someone) averse to something.
Example sentences
  • The Vitious Affections and Habits and the deprav'd frame of mind to be met with in most Atheists do very much indispose them to be convinc'd by the proofes of a Deity that might other wise be sufficient.

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