verb (used with object)
- disraeli, benjamin,
- disraeli, benjamin, 1st earl of beaconsfield,
Origin of disregard
Examples from the Web for disregarded
But Jackson disregarded him and went straight to the magistrate.
In reality, the Iraqi borders had been arbitrarily drawn and disregarded 2,000 years of tribal, sectarian, and nomadic occupation.
The Pentagon disregarded the order and sent two huge planes to pass over a group of tiny uninhabited islands south-west of Japan.U.S. Uses B-52 Bombers to Brush Back Chinese Expansion|Nico Hines|November 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Davies said he disregarded these orders but did not want to displease a man he respected so much.
As settlers sanctified their vision and disregarded Jewish opposition, they divided the nation.Halevi's 'Like Dreamers' Is the Big Book On Israel We've Been Waiting For|Don Futterman|October 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The monarch was admonished to ask no more, but he disregarded the warning.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant
The advice of lieutenants, even, is taken when that of general officers is disregarded.The Life of Isaac Ingalls Stevens, Volume I (of 2)|Hazard Stevens
“Patsy Jones,” she returned, glibly; his quest for her name could not be disregarded.Joan of Arc of the North Woods|Holman Day
This request was not to be disregarded, and Will promised that he would not enlist while mother lived.Last of the Great Scouts|Helen Cody Wetmore
The Preface is only a summary of the book, and may therefore be disregarded.Matthew Arnold|G. W. E. Russell