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Dispose, subst. 1) disposal: “all that is mine I leave at thy d.” Gentl. II, 7, 86. “which, with ourselves, all rest at thy d.” IV, 1, 76. “his goods confiscate to the duke's d.” Err. I, 1, 21. “needs must you lay your heart at his d.” John I, 263.
2) disposition, temper: “carries on the stream of his d. in will peculiar,” Troil. II, 3, 174. “he hath a person and a smooth d. to be suspected,” Oth. I, 3, 403.
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