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indisposed

adjective adverse, antipathetic to, at loggerheads to, at odds, averse, dead set against, differing, disagreeing, disinclined, fractious, hesitant, hostile, loath, obdurate, opposed, out of commission, out of order, out of sorts, recalcitrant, reluctant, resistant
See also: adverse, averse, disabled, disinclined, disobedient, hostile, reluctant, renitent, unfavorable
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And by injuries I mean a nigh-on unfeasible quota of indispositions.
As if the missing scenery weren't enough of a problem, the COC's season-ending productions were also plagued by singer cancellations, mainly due to indispositions.
Between the infinite love I bear you, Sire, and my fear that this sudden cold, which ordinarily troubles you so much, may aggravate your current aches and indispositions, I find it impossible to remain without news of you: therefore I beg to hear how you are, Sire, and also when you think you will be setting off on your journey.
This was not the luckiest of seasons for Santa Fe, what with an unusually high number of indispositions and nature playing havoc with the electrical systems.
The Irishman's main concern over the last few weeks has been a growing number of indispositions, but it isn't just a shortage of bodies that puts him at a disadvantage against a Liverpool side who can win the top game in the Prem-iership this weekend.
Given the indispositions, it is frankly amazing that Keegan told the world on Tuesday that whatever team he put out would be a fantastic one.