His hesitancy revealed his basic indisposition.
The tendency of warm climates is indispose one to labor.
Years and infirmities may indispose him to enter on a mighty war.
His accession would effend the Emperor and would indispose him to an alliance.
We shall be indisposed to listening to curious truths.
Professor Dowden's pleadings for Shelley sometimes indispose the reader.
Good and bad happenings simply indispose us for the enjoyment of another.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2
She was indisposed.
Any excess at the wine party will indispose you for study the morning after.
Your income indisposes you.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3