View definitions for disregard
noun as in ignoring
verb as in ignore; make light of
What is clear at this point is that the blatant disregard shown for the rules and purpose of anti-doping regulations in this case has harmed clean athletes and gone further to erode confidence in the international anti-doping construct.
There seems to be little consequence to carrying on business in disregard for the law.
He had said Liddle’s actions “showed a willful and wanton disregard for the safety of others.”
The clear theme of the RNC was a flagrant and brutal disregard for the truth.
The protests now sweeping cities across the US and in other countries have seen a similar disregard for social distancing.
There seems to be a proactive disregard for knowing or caring about their lives and plight.
Reactions to both events are driven by ignorance, disregard, and dehumanization of an underclass of people of color.
So, why do we still crush on Jeter when it's easy to disregard him as the Adam Levine of the MLB?
It radiates her inner light and compass, her disregard for status quo.
DHS has demonstrated a continuing disregard for the civil and human rights of unaccompanied immigrant children.
We can thus disregard the first 16 and consider only the last two figures which constitute the fraction of a century.
Should he disregard the placards directing him to keep to the right or to the left of the track, he is almost certainly shot.
The exercise is inculcated in threatenings of Divine judgment uttered against such as disregard it.
A disregard for these obligations in one case having been followed by punishment, they must have been complete.
It was thronged with motorists who generally dashed along in sublime disregard of the speed limits.
On this page you'll find 235 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disregard, such as: apathy, contempt, disdain, disrespect, inattention, and indifference.
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