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Definition of "indisposing" [indisposing]

  • Present participle of indispose. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "indisposing" in a sentence
  • "It may be traced remotely, in some degree, to the distrust of American railway securities in Europe which attended the reckless administration of the Erie Railway under Fisk and Gould, and which lingered after their overthrow, indisposing capitalists, as well as small investors, to have anything to do with American railways."
  • "Four motives appear to me to have been puissant in indisposing"
  • "The theological romanticism of Lacordaire and of Montalembert was not much more appreciated by them, the dogmatic ignorance and the very weak reasoning powers of this school indisposing them against it."
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