use predisposes in a sentence.
This is not a pedigree that predisposes him to accept the necessary limits of the philosophical life.
The narrative-as-product paradigm is one which obscures the true nature of the contracts involved, predisposes us to think in terms of production-line employment, and thereby represents exploitative and unwarranted demands on artists as obligations.
Or is there something inside our heads that predisposes us to make music and poetry and to have categories like right and wrong?
This drumbeat predisposes policy makers to view Chinese investments, and particularly acquisitions of high technology, with suspicion.
Stuart, two years old and with a slightly pointed chin that predisposes his face to a mischievous grin, is here for his Day One talk.