Definition of indisposed in English:

indisposed

Syllabification: in·dis·posed
Pronunciation: /ˌindiˈspōzd
 
/

adjective

  • 2Averse; unwilling: the potential audience seemed indisposed to attend
    More example sentences
    • When the council speaker should be indisposed to execute whose duties, the vice speaker shall act on whose behalf.
    • Whilst not being a trend setter, I am not indisposed to being trendy.
    • This is a benign rather than sinister story, and I know that some may be indisposed to accept it.
    Synonyms
    reluctant, unwilling, disinclined, loath, unprepared, not disposed, not keen

Origin

late Middle English: from in-1 'not' + disposed, or past participle of indispose 'make unwell or unwilling'.

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