Sentence Examples


  • They are often associated with anisometropia and both of these conditions are thought to predispose children to developing amblyopia.
  • What is also clear is that any personal antipathy toward the man ought not predispose us to assume that he is guilty.
  • The low level of activity shown by broilers reared under dim lighting is likely to predispose them to leg disorders.
  • Concurrent disorders that predispose to syncope, e.g. carotid sinus syncope, micturition syncope, and postural hypotension, are common in the elderly.
  • A prolonged marginal deficiency of vitamin C may not lead to clinical symptoms, but may predispose toward heart disease and lowered immunity.

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