Student Thesaurus

One entry found for disposition.
Entry Word: disposition
Function: noun
Text: 1 one's characteristic attitude or mood <he had a cheerful disposition and was very rarely depressed>
Synonyms grain, nature, temper, temperament
Related Words cheer, frame, humor, mode, mood; attitude, outlook, perspective, point of view, standpoint, viewpoint; emotion, feeling, heart, passion, sentiment; strain; belief, conviction, mind, opinion, persuasion; expression, tone, vein; character, individuality, personality; responsiveness, sensibility, sensitiveness, sensitivity
2 a habitual attraction to some activity or thing <a woman with a disposition to fuss about trivial matters> -- see INCLINATION 1
3 the getting rid of whatever is unwanted or useless <found some means for the disposition of all of this junk> -- see DISPOSAL 1
4 the way objects in space or events in time are arranged or follow one another <planned the disposition of events at her wedding with a precision that military commanders would envy> -- see ORDER 1