Synonyms for disobeyed
- be remiss
- break rules
- fly in face of
- go counter to
- not heed
- not listen
- not mind
- pay no attention to
- rise in arms
- run riot
- set aside
- take law into own hands
Antonyms for disobeyed
- go along
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISOBEYED
She had disobeyed by just standing outside the orchard door.
You do not know him; but I can tell you he is not a man to disobey as I have disobeyed him.
Yes, General; but for Heaven's sake don't reprimand me: I disobeyed the coin.
It would never have done to tell them how glad we were that they had disobeyed us.
He no more dared to disobey him than he could have disobeyed the head-master.
Therefore, he had disobeyed the will of both the gods, and earned the consequent punishment.
And at Red Hook they disobeyed their mothers once, and were found out.
Time and time again he'd told Gloria not to touch his things, and always she'd disobeyed him.
Her son, her eldest son, had cast her off because she had disobeyed his orders!
The Admiral disobeyed, and paid the expenses out of his own purse.