verb (used with object)
SYNONYMS FOR disregard
Related formsdis·re·gard·a·ble, adjectivedis·re·gard·er, noun
Examples from the Web for disregard
Reactions to both events are driven by ignorance, disregard, and dehumanization of an underclass of people of color.
So, why do we still crush on Jeter when it's easy to disregard him as the Adam Levine of the MLB?The Captain’s Log: Derek Jeter’s Lady-Killing Past, From ‘Yeah, Jeets!’ to Gift Baskets|Emily Shire|September 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It radiates her inner light and compass, her disregard for status quo.Why Maya Angelou Loved Sherry, The Drink of Brilliant Renegades|Jordan Salcito|June 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And she knows that Ted Nugent calls her out on her disregard for 2nd Amendment rights.
But, they note, this does not mean that he can disregard the approval process for protected lands or for endangered wildlife.
Charles would really be king then, and could disregard the wrath of the men of the conventicles.Friends, though divided|G. A. Henty
If he chooses to disregard them, it is his affair entirely—not mine.The Lighted Way|E. Phillips Oppenheim
What difference can it make to us, that the thing you call the Church dares to disregard it?Earl Hubert's Daughter|Emily Sarah Holt
He was often careless of any gain to himself, but the good of the state never for one moment did he disregard.The Life of Sir Rowland Hill, Vol. II (of 2)|Rowland Hill
But it is all out of kindness that she grieves so much over his ‘enthusiasm,’ and lectures us for our disregard of appearances.Deerbrook|Harriet Martineau