Common misspellings for dispose:
disipiles, despize, dispurse, disopute, disapporves, dissese, dislosure, disgise, disparge, disposses, disposel, disise, dispsal, dispese, dispo, disposle, dispers, dispurser, dissoves, dispora, teaspoom, dispossed, disperce, isuppose, discize, dispath, dispize, diskspace, dispie, disposde, disese, disappove, disopose, sippose, isperse, dispine, distoes, dispised, disspare, disposit, dipsose, dispused, disposla, displys, disspossed, dispire, disesce, despiese, dipise, dispoal, disposelle, dispays, desposit, discise, disiples, disspised, puspose, deisise, disporder, diswaser, dislose, whitespace, diseise, suspose, disapora, dispansor, desposal, disipine, disapade, dsposal, diseze, disporve, desposel, dispises, dispearse, desperse, despoke, dissuse, diazapem, discipine, disaese, disoper, respoce, discose, dispise, susspose, disposa, dispossal, dispoasal, dispsie, purspose, susopse, disposil, disapire, despice, desposed, despies, dyspasia, diseese, disuise, spose, disesse, resposce, dispies, disperser, dismise, disface, discipes, dispades, despose, disopsal, disaesse, dispeser, dispare, despora, dispesne, sposue, disepare, disiese, dyspahisa, dispice, disapporve, desposes, dipose, dipises, diskise, susppose, dissposal, deiseise, dockspace, displsy, disposile, dissposed, disposeing, dispener, dispsoal, dispues, descose, dislpays, disposale, despense, decopose, dispiser, dissfuse, disoces, disappea, dissase, duisgise, dispinser, disposl, disose, dyspnea, sispose, xispose, cispose, fispose, rispose, eispose, duspose, djspose, dkspose, dospose, d9spose, d8spose, diapose, dizpose, dixpose, didpose, diepose, diwpose, disoose, dis-ose, dis0ose, dispkse, displse, disppse, disp0se, disp9se, dispoae, dispoze, dispoxe, dispode, dispoee, dispowe, disposw, disposs, disposd, disposr, dispos4, dispos3, sdispose, dsispose, xdispose, dxispose, cdispose, dcispose, fdispose, dfispose, rdispose, drispose, edispose, deispose, duispose, diuspose, djispose, dijspose, dkispose, dikspose, doispose, diospose, d9ispose, di9spose, d8ispose, di8spose, diaspose, disapose, dizspose, diszpose, dixspose, disxpose, didspose, disdpose, diespose, disepose, diwspose, diswpose, dispoose, dislpose, displose, dis-pose, disp-ose, dis0pose, disp0ose, dispiose, dispoise, dispkose, dispokse, dispolse, disppose, dispopse, dispo0se, disp9ose, dispo9se, dispoase, disposae, dispozse, disposze, dispoxse, disposxe, dispodse, dispoese, disposee, dispowse, disposwe, disposew, disposse, disposes, disposed, disposre, disposer, dispos4e, dispose4, dispos3e, dispose3, ispose, dispse, dispoe, dispos, idspose, dsipose, disopse, dispsoe, dispoes, ddispose, diispose, disspose, dispose, tispose, lispose, dyspose, daspose, dmspose, dhspose, di3pose, dicpose, diqpose, dirpose, disxose, distose, disrose, disqose, dispgse, dispmse, dispo3e, dispoce, dispoqe, dispore, disposu, disposm, disposg, dayespose, deyespose, d ispose, di spose, dispo se, dispos e.
Definition of dispose:
- To give a tendency or inclination to; to adapt; to cause to turn; especially, to incline the mind of; to give a bent or propension to; to incline; to make inclined; -- usually followed by to, sometimes by for before the indirect object.
- To arrange; settle; order; regulate.
- To incline; render favorable.
- To distribute and put in place; to arrange; to set in order; as, to dispose the ships in the form of a crescent.
- To regulate; to adjust; to settle; to determine.
- To exercise finally one's power of control over; to pass over into the control of some one else, as by selling; to alienate; to part with; to relinquish; to get rid of; as, to dispose of a house; to dispose of one's time.
- To give a tendency or inclination to; to adapt; to cause to turn; especially, to incline the mind of; to give a bent or propension to; to incline; to make inclined; - usually followed by to, sometimes by for before the indirect object.
- To place; arrange; order; distribute; adapt; incline.
- To arrange; apply to a purpose; adapt; incline.- dispose of, to part with; place.
- To bargain; to make terms.
- throw or cast away; " Put away your worries"
- 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.
- To set; to arrange; to place in order; to regulate; to give or apply to a particular purpose; to incline, as the mind; to dispose of, to part with; to sell; to use or employ.
- Disposal; ordering; management; power or right of control.
- Cast of mind; disposition; inclination; behavior; demeanor.
- Disposal; dispensation; management; east of mind or of behaviour; inclination.