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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.
She can't see you right now as she's indisposed.
antonyms:
well
definition 2: not willing or inclined; averse (usu. fol. by infinitive).
Her parents had been against the marriage from the start, and they were now indisposed to help the couple with their financial problems.It was Christmas, but he was indisposed to be merry.
antonyms:
disposed, prone, willing
similar words:
averse, loath, reluctant
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derivation: indisposedness (n.)
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