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Definition of dispose:

  1. Disposal; dispensation; management; east of mind or of behaviour; inclination.
  2. To set in order; to arrange; to distribute; to devote to a particular purpose; to turn to a particular end or consequence; to adapt; to incline.
  3. To bargain; to make terms. To dispose of, to part with, sell, or alienate; to put into another's hand or power, or bestow; to give away or transfer by authority; to direct the course of; to place in any condition; to direct what to do or what course to pursue; to use or employ; to put away.
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Quotes for dispose:

  1. We no longer dare to believe in beauty and we make of it a mere appearance in order the more easily to dispose of it.
  2. The first of all commodities to be exchanged is labour, and the freedom of man consists only in the exercise of the right to determine for himself in what manner his labour shall be employed, and how he will dispose of its products.
  3. Who can love to walk in the dark? But providence doth often so dispose.
  4. We are with you in this work. Workingmen must form a party of their own, take charge of the government, dispose gilded fraud, and put honest toil in power.
  5. It's a national concern, I mean how we dispose of nuclear waste in a safe way, how we deal with this incredible amount of nuclear waste we have created over the years.

Rhymes for dispose:

  1. froze, throes, chose, clothes, crows, bose, doze, rohs, prose, boase, mose, bowes, ngos, pows, nose, blows, foes, rows, beaus, lows, ose, sews, snows, shows, cose, those, joes, gose, jos, sows, throws, lo's, rose, glows, brose, owes, goes, pose, vose, toes, pros, hoes, roes, grows, ohs, flows, o's, slows, moes, bows, lowes, boes, crose, woes, tows, knows, hose, noes, close;
  2. expose, disclose, repose, tarots, transpose, plainclothes, arose, depose, impose, bestows, forgoes, propose, dubose, foreclose, suppose, oppose, enclose, compose, stavros;
  3. interpose, juxtapose, decompose, predispose, reimpose, presuppose;
  4. overexpose, superimpose;
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