disobey[ dis-uh-bey ]SEE DEFINITION OF disobey
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISOBEY
It is ever thus, when we disobey the gods, to please mortals.
You do not know him; but I can tell you he is not a man to disobey as I have disobeyed him.
But we insisted, especially Fenton; and he is difficult to disobey.
He no more dared to disobey him than he could have disobeyed the head-master.
"Disobey those orders and take in my card," said the Princess.
He was angry and scolded them, saying: “Why did you disobey my command?”
"The first of these is one who has dared to disobey," she explained.
I care not who he is; but I am resolved to disobey none of his commands, if I am likely to be the better for them.
"I would not have you gaoled, which is what will happen if you disobey the Duke's magnificence," said she.
But if you elect to disobey Madonna, the gate is behind you, the bridge still down.