Predisposed in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Predisposed

to be inclined to act in a certain way or have a certain condition

Examples of Predisposed in a sentence

Because of my passion for athletics, I am predisposed to playing a variety of sports. πŸ”Š

Jane is predisposed to mental illness because both her parents suffered from emotional disorders. πŸ”Š

Since the physicians have seen great success with the antibiotic, they are predisposed to prescribe it for infections. πŸ”Š

Henry is predisposed to dating brunettes because of his affection for his dark-haired mother. πŸ”Š

Because John recently lost his job, he has been predisposed to spending as little as possible. πŸ”Š

Larry is predisposed to diabetes because both of his parents are diabetics. πŸ”Š

According to medical researchers, certain people are likely to get Alzheimer’s because they are predisposed to the disease. πŸ”Š

People who fly often on lengthy flights are predisposed to circulation problems in their legs. πŸ”Š

Without her inhaler, Mary is predisposed to frequent asthma attacks. πŸ”Š

I am predisposed to helping those in need because I was once homeless and without hope. πŸ”Š

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