Antonyms for trifled

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He could not bear to have her feel that he had trifled with her.

It is a time when earnest men and women cannot be trifled with on soul concerns.

Well, sir, about the inn: be at a word with me; for I'm not in a humour to be trifled with.

Also a low growl rumbled in his throat as warning that he was not to be trifled with.

In any case Jan should see that where his children were concerned he was not to be trifled with.

He felt that she was too serious a woman to be trifled with.

Things have their laws, as well as men; and things refuse to be trifled with.

Tiny as the animal is, it is not a creature to be trifled with.

If I have ever trifled with my subject, it was a more serious fault.

He knew well that Josef Blot, alias Weirmarsh, was not a man to be trifled with.