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well-disposed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-disposedˌwell-disˈposed adjective  FRIENDLYfeeling friendly towards a person or positive about an idea or planwell-disposed to/towards I did not feel particularly well-disposed towards him.
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well-disposedThat deference towards the well-disposed reader is hard to find in later criticism - for good reason, no doubt.If you're not blessed with the patience of a particularly well-disposed saint, look elsewhere.They are usually well-disposed towards researchers and are good subjects for interview as well as questionnaires.well-disposed to/towardsHowever, some Velcro shareholders do not feel quite so well-disposed to Cripps.And one recalls that people not well-disposed to Mr Byrne accused him of a measure of unhelpfulness.Conducting relations across an ideological divide is quite unlike dealing with a country broadly well-disposed towards one's own.They are usually well-disposed towards researchers and are good subjects for interview as well as questionnaires.Both were well-disposed to the players, focused and tactically steady.
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