Another word for disposition
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These nouns refer to the combination of qualities that identify a person. Disposition is approximately equivalent to prevailing frame of mind or spirit: “A patronizing disposition always has its meaner side” (George Eliot). Temperament applies broadly to the sum of physical, emotional, and intellectual components that affect or determine a person's actions and reactions: “She is . . . of a serene and proud and dignified temperament” (H.G. Wells). Character especially emphasizes moral and ethical qualities: “Education has for its object the formation of character” (Herbert Spencer). Personality is the sum of distinctive traits that give a person individuality: possessed a truly unique personality. Nature denotes native or inherent qualities: “It is my habit,—I hope I may say, my nature,—to believe the best of people” (George W. Curtis).
Another word for dispositionnoun
A person's customary manner of emotional response:complexion, humor, nature, temper, temperament. See be
The combination of emotional, intellectual, and moral qualities that distinguishes an individual:character, complexion, makeup, nature, personality. See be
An inclination to something:bent, bias, cast, leaning, partiality, penchant, predilection, predisposition, proclivity, proneness, propensity, squint, tendency, trend, turn. See approach, like
A way or condition of being arranged:arrangement, categorization, classification, deployment, disposal, distribution, formation, grouping, layout, lineup, order, organization, placement, sequence. See order