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Definition of "disposure" [dis•po•sure]

  • Disposition. (noun)

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Use "disposure" in a sentence
  • "Yet for the sake of indulging themselves in the beautiful lies and gentlemanly disposure of these ‘hosts’, which they claim to be absent in most Japanese men, they were willing to pay for that ‘temporary love’ they claimed money could buy."
  • "Seeing, therefore, you have totally referred unto my discretion the disposure of you in marriage, I am fully of an opinion that I shall provide sufficiently well for you in that point."
  • "That good pope who was the first institutor of fasting understood this well enough; for he ordained that our fast should reach but to the hour of noon; all the remainder of that day was at our disposure, freely to eat and feed at any time thereof."