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1. She has a headache and is rather indisposed.
2. She has a headache and is indisposed.
3. Sheila Jones is indisposed, so the part of the Countess will be sung tonight by Della Drake.
4. One of them was indisposed with a cold and couldn't come.
5. She is indisposed with a cold.
6. I felt indisposed to help him.
7. He is indisposed to join the mobile medical team.
8. She was indisposed to help us.
9. Mrs Rawlins is temporarily indisposed.
10. Large sections of the potential audience seemed indisposed to attend.
11. Contact with realities indisposed him to any more idle speculations.
12. The speaker was regrettably indisposed.
13. Because Skarowsky was indisposed, Karajan stepped in to conduct the Salzburg Festival.
14. He is indisposed to go.
15. She is indisposed with a headache.
16. I am indisposed with a headache.
17. I am indisposed with a cold.
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18. He seems indisposed to help.
19. She seems indisposed to play tennis.
20. I am [ feel ] indisposed for any work.
21. His wife says he's indisposed, But I know he's drunk.
22. Her father was indisposed to second Sir Willoughby's opinions even when sharing them.
23. She was very much indisposed to go to that dirty place.
24. Mary is indisposed with fever; her part will be played by Shirley.
25. One of them indisposed with a cold and couldn't come.
26. After their rude attitude in the past, we feel distinctly indisposed to help them now.
27. The young men seem to be preferring some request which the elder ones are indisposed to grant.
28. Breast phyma , is playing with words , there is no any indisposed symptom.
29. At last she went early to bed, more and more indisposed.
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