Definition of "predispose"
  1. Refers to a situation where something is arranged or influenced beforehand
How to use "predispose" in a sentence
  1. The defendant’s previous criminal history might predispose the jury against them.
  2. Certain factors can predispose a contract to disputes, such as ambiguous wording.
  3. The court's ruling could predispose future cases about the same legal issue.

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