use predisposed in a sentence.
The app is predisposed towards images of attractive people.
Everything is derogatory if you are predisposed to being offended.
Couldn't you still be predisposed to go against your typical behavior in that instant?
Counter-rant: what is it about Windows users that make them so much more predisposed to complain on the Internet than file bug reports?
Startups are very risky, men are more predisposed to risk:
Humans are predisposed to seek high social status positions.
Against Bayesian analysis, "Wittgenstein's language games predisposed to play we are," universal grammar better describes.
Thanks, I am positively predisposed over indie titles, though the only indie CRPGs that I really liked were those from SpiderWeb.
The comment directly implies that some people are born predisposed to being poor on a genetic level, which is...
I find people who expected- no, wanted- something to suck, will be predisposed to think it sucks until rigorously proven otherwise.
Even though I'm predisposed to agree with it's conclusions --or perhaps because I'm so predisposed to agree with it's conclusions-- I'd prefer to wait for better science before calling the race.
Strategically speaking, since you know that people are predisposed to envy, it might be a good idea to at least appear humble on the outside.