disregardful

[ dis-ri-gahrd-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF disregardful

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Upon this, and this only, was he disregardful of the proprieties.

So disregardful are they of this circumstance, that they do not hesitate to sleep where the ground is saturated with moisture.

And who, her rank and fortune considered, could be so disregardful of his own interest, had he had no other motive to be just!

All night the woman watched, heedless of the chill creeping upon her, disregardful of her own great weariness.

Drivers of vehicles were disregardful of these exhausted, hungry refugees and drove straight through the crowd.

He was reckless with his whip, unmerciful to his horse, and disregardful of the cab, which he had out on hire.

The persons in Bath whose inquisitiveness makes them disregardful of the decencies of life do not number more than a dozen.

She perceived, with infinite relief, that for the moment he appeared absorbed in his thoughts, disregardful of her presence.

She was serenely self-possessed, superbly cool, and attentive to the obnoxious Hayes, in proportion as she was disregardful of me.

Dost thou think that God is so unwise, or disregardful of thy time and thee, as to give thee more than thou hast need of?

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