indispose

indispose

[in-di-spohz] ,
verb (used with object), indisposed, indisposing.
1.
to make ill, especially slightly.
2.
to put out of the proper condition for something; make unfit: The long tennis match indisposed me for any further physical activity that day.
3.
to render averse or unwilling; disincline: His anger indisposed him from helping.

Origin:
1650–60; back formation from indisposed

preindispose, verb (used with object), preindisposed, preindisposing.
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indispose (ˌɪndɪˈspəʊz)
 
vb
1.  to make unwilling or opposed; disincline
2.  to cause to feel ill
3.  to make unfit (for something or to do something)

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indispose in·dis·pose (ĭn'dĭ-spōz')
v. in·dis·posed, in·dis·pos·ing, in·dis·pos·es
To cause to be or feel ill; sicken.

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