disregard


disregard
I (lack of respect) noun affront, aloofness, bad manners, belittlement, callousness, contempt, contemptousness, contumely, depreciation, discourtesy, disdain, disesteem, disfavor, dishonor, disobedience, disregardfulness, disrespect, heedlessness, impoliteness, impudence, inappreciation, inattentiveness, incivility, inconsiderateness, inconsideration, indifference, insensitivity, insolence, insult, low estimation, outrage, regardlessness, rudeness, scoffing, scorn, slight, snub, thoughtlessness, underestimation, undervaluation, unheedfulness, unmindfulness, want of thought II (omission) noun breach of orders, default, delinquency, dereliction of duty, disregardfulness, failure to carry out, infraction, infringement, malefaction, malpractice, misbehavior, misconduct, neglect, neglectfulness, noncompliance, nonobservance, pretention, pretermission, refusal to obey, regardlessness, remissness, transgression, trespass, violation III (unconcern) noun carelessness, disinterest, disinterestedness, disregardfulness, exclusion, heedlessness, improvidence, imprudence, inattention, inattentiveness, incaution, inconsideration, indifference, inobservance, insouciance, lack of care, lack of consideration, lack of interest, lack of observation, leaving out, mindlessness, neglect, neglectful ness, negligence, nonobservance, oblivion, obliviousness, overlooking, oversight, regardlessness, unconsciousness, unheedfulness, unmindfulness, unthinkingness, unwariness, unwatchfulness, want of notice, want of thought IV verb be incurious, be indifferent, be insensitive, dismiss, fail to notice, fail to observe, feel no concern, give no heed, ignore, leave out, leave out of consideration, neglect, neglegere, not bother with, not consider, not hear, not heed, not include, not listen, not think about, not think of, not trouble oneself, omittere, overlook, parvi facere, pass by, pay no attention, pay no regard to, pretermit, refuse to hear, refuse to know, refuse to regard, snub, spurn, take no account of, take no interest, take no note of, take no notice of, think little of, think nothing of, treat without due respect associated concepts: disregard for the law, instruct the jury to disregard testimony, reckless disregard V index anarchy, breach, break (violate), condonation, condone, contemn, contempt (disdain), contravene, default, defiance, defy, dereliction, disaffirm, discount (disbelieve), disdain (noun), disdain (verb), disfavor, dishonor (nonpayment), dishonor (refuse to pay), disinterest (lack of interest), dismiss (put out of consideration), disobey, disoblige, disown (deny the validity), disparage, disrespect, disuse, eliminate (exclude), except (exclude), exclude, flout, ignore, inconsideration, indifference, jeer, laxity, misprize, muse, negate, neglect (noun), neglect (verb), negligence, nonfeasance, nonperformance, omission, overlook (excuse), override, pretermit, rebuff (noun), rebuff (verb), reject, remit (release from penalty), resist (withstand), shun, spurn, trespass, violate

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  • disregard — dis re*gard , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {disregarded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {disregarding}.] Not to regard; to pay no heed to; to omit to take notice of; to neglect to observe; to slight as unworthy of regard or notice; as, to disregard the admonitions of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Disregard — Dis re*gard , n. The act of disregarding, or the state of being disregarded; intentional neglect; omission of notice; want of attention; slight. [1913 Webster] The disregard of experience. Whewell. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • disregard — [n] ignoring apathy, brush off*, contempt, disdain, disesteem, disfavor, disinterest, disrespect, forgetting, heedlessness, inadvertence, inattention, indifference, insouciance, lassitude, lethargy, listlessness, neglect, neglecting, negligence,… …   New thesaurus

  • disregard — (v.) 1640s, from DIS (Cf. dis ) + REGARD (Cf. regard). Related: Disregarded; disregarding. As a noun, from 1660s …   Etymology dictionary

  • disregard — vb ignore, overlook, slight, forget, *neglect, omit Contrasted words: attend, mind, watch, *tend: observe, notice, note, remark (see SEE) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • disregard — ► VERB ▪ pay no attention to. ► NOUN ▪ the action of disregarding or the state of being disregarded …   English terms dictionary

  • disregard — [dis΄ri gärd′] vt. 1. to pay little or no attention to 2. to treat without due respect; slight n. 1. lack of attention; neglect 2. lack of due regard or respect SYN. NEGLECT disregardful adj …   English World dictionary

  • disregard — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ complete, total, utter ▪ blatant, flagrant ▪ callous, cavalier, cynical …   Collocations dictionary

  • disregard — I n. 1) to show disregard 2) willful disregard 3) disregard for II v. (K) we cannot disregard his coming late to work so often * * * [ˌdɪsrɪ gɑːd] (K) we cannot disregard his coming late to work so often to show disregard willful disregard… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • disregard — dis|re|gard1 [ˌdısrıˈga:d US a:rd] v [T] to ignore something or treat it as unimportant ▪ He ordered the jury to disregard the witness s last statement. ▪ Mark totally disregarded my advice. disregard 2 disregard2 n [singular, U] when someone… …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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