The arrangement or placement of certain things (noun)
Tendency or inclination under given circumstances (noun)
Temperamental makeup or habitual mood (noun)
Control over something (noun)
Transfer or relinquishment to the care or possession of another (noun)
Final decision or settlement (noun)
The destination of a patient after medical treatment such as surgery (noun)
The set of choirs of strings on a harpsichord (noun)
To remove or place in a different position. (verb)
Examples of word disposition
As filmmakers, the disposition is a lot more mature.
This disposition is awfully fearful in any community; and that it now exists in ours, though grating to our feelings to admit, it would be a violation of truth, and an insult to our intelligence, to deny.
Natalie had left what they call a disposition behind her.
Towards men this disposition is the opposite of high-mindedness, and a quarrelsome and revengeful spirit; it "rather takes wrong, and suffers itself to be defrauded" (1Co 6: 7); it "avenges not itself, but rather gives place unto wrath" (Ro 12: 19); like the meek One, "when reviled, it reviles not again; when it suffers, it threatens not: but commits itself to Him that judgeth righteously" (1Pe 2: 19-22).
His unkempt hair looks natural and his rosy-cheeked disposition is not at all off-putting.