[ dis-ri-gahrd-fuhl ]
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  1. neglectful; careless.

Origin of disregardful

First recorded in 1630–40; dis-1 + regardful

Other words from disregardful

  • dis·re·gard·ful·ly, adverb
  • dis·re·gard·ful·ness, noun

Words Nearby disregardful

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How to use disregardful in a sentence

  • She perceived, with infinite relief, that for the moment he appeared absorbed in his thoughts, disregardful of her presence.

    Heart of the Blue Ridge | Waldron Baily
  • She was serenely self-possessed, superbly cool, and attentive to the obnoxious Hayes, in proportion as she was disregardful of me.

  • Love of Righteousness utterly disregardful of pleasures is to be searched for even among those who dwell in penance-groves.

    The Gtakaml | rya Sra
  • She saw that her father, though still frowning heavily, was not entirely disregardful of her suggestion.

    Mariquita | John Ayscough
  • Dost thou think that God is so unwise, or disregardful of thy time and thee, as to give thee more than thou hast need of?