disregard[ dis-ri-gahrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF disregard
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISREGARD
The most malign of all these dangers today is disregard and disobedience of law.
The worst evil of disregard for some law is that it destroys respect for all law.
To disregard it would be to start the suspicions of Dozier as soon as his brain cleared.
But the minister was sufficiently in love to disregard the unexpected indication.
Douglas complained to me of my disregard for him, but to no purpose.
Much has been written respecting the Indian's disregard for woman.
But he did not disregard it; he did not question it; he obeyed it.
There should be no plundering, no irregularity, no disregard of general orders.
But they knew enough of river-navigation to disregard such data.
To do that would be to falsify history and disregard the artistic canons.