Definition of predisposition:
aetiology, etiology, impulse, cast, sensitiveness, crisis, bone, pathology, habitude, turn, affection, complication, devices, genius, like, option, aetiology, squint, discharge, choice, chill, liking, dehydration, aptitude, sensitivity, sensibility, partiality, preference, perforation, hallucination, approach.
- "The Shrieking Pit", Arthur J. Rees.
- "Red Masquerade", Louis Joseph Vance.
Ronald was a tall, pale, gentle, weakly, enthusiastic young fellow of nineteen, with so marked a predisposition to lung disease that it had not been thought well to let him run the chance of over- reading himself; and so he had to be content with remaining at home in the uncongenial atmosphere of Epsilon Terrace, instead of joining his two elder brothers at the university.- "Philistia", Grant Allen.