At a time when few are disposed to see history as a branch of literature, Lepore occupies a prominent place in American letters.
Next year, the Israeli electorate may not be so disposed to re-elect its prime minister.
George Washington disposed of the duty the first time out in just 1,089 words.
He even hinted that he disposed of some of the bodies at a local rendering plant that processes roadkill.
Though their faith does not provide simple policy solutions, it demands that they be disposed towards ministering to the needy.
The bull had disposed of a sufficiently good number of horses.
He was disposed to think more favourably of the nature of the country.
I own that I am disposed to say grace upon twenty other occasions in the course of the day besides my dinner.
But we are disposed to vindicate the propriety of the step he took.
The smallest amount of heat is so disposed as to accomplish the largest result.
mid-14c., "inclined, in the mood," past participle adjective from dispose. Meaning "in a certain condition" is late 14c.; "arranged" is 15c.