disobedience

[ dis-uh-bee-dee-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF disobedience

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The most malign of all these dangers today is disregard and disobedience of law.

Evelyn had in some way managed to make her a party to her disobedience.

My hardships, I felt, were by reason of my disobedience to God's will.

Not a symptom of disobedience during the rest of the voyage.

Disobedience has never been a fault amongst us, and I am sure you will not be the one to inaugurate it.

Ay, and the police ought to interfere in case of disobedience.

By gross disobedience she has brought herself to where you see her.

See the pass to which your disobedience of my commands has brought you.

She has plenty of friends to stand by her, it seems, in her disobedience to my wishes.

He breathed no threatenings of revenge for disobedience, of forgiveness for the penitent.

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