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in-dispŏsĭtus , a, um, adj.,
I.without order, confused (post-Aug. and very rare): “apud Vitellium omnia indisposita, temulenta, etc.,Tac. H. 2, 68.—
II. Of persons, unprepared, August. Ep. 59.— * Adv.: in-dispŏsĭtē , without order, confusedly: “moveri,Sen. Ep. 124, 19.
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