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adjective as in covered

adjective as in kept

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This is “vaccine nationalism,” where every nation just looks out for itself, prioritizing its citizens without regard to what happens to the citizens of lower-income countries that can’t afford to buy up doses.

From Vox

It will also, he said, “encourage all road users to conduct themselves safely and with due regard for others.”

Health experts say that colder weather has pushed activities indoors and that the public is increasingly letting down its guard with regards to social distancing, mask-wearing and limiting social interactions.

Both 3M and Microsoft also have developed ways of measuring their leaders’ commitment and effectiveness with regard to diversity and inclusion.

From Fortune

In that regard, the private sector offers a model that can help lawmakers address this challenge.

From Fortune

Critics praised his crooning, even if they regarded it little more than a gimmick.

Even after he became a citizen in 1955, he regarded himself as an Englishman abroad.

Throughout the late 1960s and 1970s, many old Nazis managed discreetly to trickle back to what they regarded as the Fatherland.

It was regarded as so deeply onerous that the dictator Anastasio “Tachito” Somoza abolished it in 1970.

Humankind has a really bad track record with those who are regarded as “other” by the majority.

In Spain he was regarded as the right arm of the ultra-clericals and a possible supporter of Carlism.

The Austrian soldiers, regarded as mere fighting machines, are certainly well got up.

It was no surprise since he had been threatened with such for many months, he regarded it therefore as unavoidable.

Aristide always regarded the fortune of the moment as if it would last forever.

Orlean was regarded as a fairly attractive woman; but her chin, unlike that of the one before him, was inclined to retreat.


On this page you'll find 124 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to regarded, such as: marked, examined, explored, included, investigated, and noted.

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