Many persons even recognize the imminence of an indisposition by the inability to recall proper names.
As much as he enjoyed the opera, it did not budge him from his indisposition to study music.
It includes an indisposition to use an otherwise sufficient ability.
It includes indisposition to use otherwise sufficient ability.
She attributes all of these failings to her lawyers or her physical indisposition.
It includes a general indisposition to use an otherwise sufficient ability.
With the exception of a few cases of indisposition, incident to a change of water, the boys are enjoying excellent health.
Word Origin and History for indisposition
early 15c., "unfavorable influence" (in astrology); also in Middle English, "ill health, disorder of the mind or body; unfavorable disposition, hostility; inclination to evil; wickedness; public disorder, lawlessness," from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + disposition.