Definition Of disregard

verb

pay no attention to; ignore.

the body of evidence is too substantial to disregard

the action or state of disregarding or ignoring something.

blatant disregard for the law

Example Of disregard

  • And then, there is his complete disregard for the five-star etiquette of everyone around us.

  • blatant disregard for the law

  • But they did so with such disregard for the logistics of the whole that it rapidly proved unmanageable.

  • Has the trust decided to sell both sites to developers and solve the budget problem, disregarding the enormous cost to local health provision?

  • His callous disregard for the priest also showed itself in his subsequent failure to discover whether he was dead or alive.


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