Definition of dispise
1. dispose [ v ] give, sell, or transfer to another
Examples: "She disposed of her parents' possessions"
(Statements 87th Congress, 1st Session. Appropriations,...)
Upon the expiration of a period deemed adequate for demonstration purposes for each plant , but not to exceed such twelve year period , the Secretary shall proceed as promptly as practicable to dispose of any plants so constructed by sale to the highest bidder , or as may otherwise be directed by Act of Congress .Synonyms dispose Related Terms sell redispose disposal
2. dispose [ v ] throw or cast away
Examples: "Put away your worries"
(S. J. Perelman, The Rising Gorge. New York:...)
Furthermore - and this , to me , strikes an especially warming note - it shall avail the vandals naught to throw_away or dispose of their loot .Synonyms throw_away throw_out discard dispose toss_away cast_aside put_away toss cast_out toss_out cast_away chuck_out fling Related Terms get_rid_of dump abandon sell_out trash retire waste deep-six jettison de-access unlearn close_out disposal discard discard
3. dispose [ v ] make receptive or willing towards an action or attitude or belief
Examples: "Their language inclines us to believe them"
(William S. Haymond, "Is Distance an Original...)
This is an assumption with which few would be disposed to quarrel .Synonyms dispose incline Related Terms indispose determine predispose inclination
4. dispose [ v ] make fit or prepared
Examples: "Your education qualifies you for this job"
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