In*dis`po*si"tion (?), n. [Cf. F. indisposition.]

1.

The state of being indisposed; disinclination; as, the indisposition of two substances to combine.

A general indisposition towards believing. Atterbury.

2.

A slight disorder or illness.

Rather as an indisposition in health than as any set sickness. Hayward.

 

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