Definitions of "disposition"
  1. The final decision made by a court or other legal authority to resolve a matter, such as a case or motion
  2. The punishment assigned to a person found guilty in a criminal case
  3. The process of giving the responsibility, possession, or ownership of something to someone else
  4. The existing state or condition that makes someone more likely to act or think in a certain way
How to use "disposition" in a sentence
  1. After several weeks of trial, the judge's disposition of the case provided relief to all parties involved.
  2. Based on his past criminal history, the offender was expecting a severe disposition from the court.
  3. The property's disposition was immediate, once the owner passed away.
  4. His disposition towards risk-taking led him to participate in illegal activities.

Provide Feedback
Browse Our Legal Dictionary
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z