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1. Disinclination; aversion; unwillingness; dislike; as the indisposition of men to submit to severe discipline; an indisposition to abandon vicious practices.

A general indisposition towards believing.

2. Slight disorder of the healthy functions of the body; tendency to disease. indisposition is a slight defect of healthy action in bodily functions, rather than settled or marked disease.

3. Want of tendency or natural appetency or affinity; as the indisposition of two substances to combine.