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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISREGARDING

Percival read them all hungrily, disregarding those that did not confirm his own opinions.

"And then your brother," she continued with a little laugh, disregarding his question.

There was no danger in disregarding this, as it came unofficially, and in the form of advice.

Disregarding June's cry of protest Jack stripped off the electrodes.

"Madam," she echoed, disregarding all else that he had said.

Disregarding their isolation, the two young officers ran to the fort.

"Thou talkest of martyrdom, Joseph," cried Miriam, disregarding her.

Disregarding or unseeing her outstretched hand, he went on and left her there alone.

"With the child," said Lingard, disregarding the bantering tone.

"I'm not talking to my mother in any tone at all," George said, disregarding his sister.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, from dis- + regard. Related: Disregarded; disregarding. As a noun, from 1660s.

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