There are a number of preposition words that change the meaning of a phrase when used with a particular word. For example, you can use “Dispose with different prepositions,” and you will get a different meaning every time. You can see the examples below:

1. Dispose of

Dispose of (to sell)

Example: She wants to dispose of all the goods at the earliest.

2. Dispose to

Dispose to (state of things)

Example: The news of his father’s death disposed him to deep sorrow.

Preposition Words with Obliged to and at

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Inquire of/into

Ready for/with/in

Abide ar/in/by/with

Talk with/about/over

Inquire for/into/about/of

Differ on/with/from

Exult at/over/in

Dwell at/in/upon/among

Live at/in/on/for/with

Close to/with/down/out

Fight for/with/against

Grieve at/over/for

Phrase with LOOK

Phrase with Break

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