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indisposed

in·dis·posed

indisposed

 
 
pronunciation:
In dih spozd
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: slightly and temporarily ill, as with indigestion or a cold.
Her parents had been against the marriage from the start, and they were now indisposed to help the couple with their financial problems.
antonyms:
well
definition 2: not willing or inclined; averse (usu. fol. by to).
antonyms:
disposed, prone, willing
similar words:
averse, loath, reluctant
derivation: indisposedness (n.)