[in-uh b-zur-vuh ns]
lack of attention; inattention; heedlessness: drowsy inobservance.
failure to observe a custom, rule, law, or the like; nonobservance: inobservance of the Sabbath.
Origin of inobservance
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They justly blame also his inobservance of propriety, his hyperbolical extravagance, his harsh metaphors, his affected thoughts.
lack of compliance with or adherence to a law, religious duty, etc
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