disregarded

[ UK /dˌɪsɹɪɡˈɑːdɪd/ ]
[ US /ˌdɪsɹɪˈɡɑɹdɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not noticed inadvertently
    her aching muscles forgotten she danced all night
    he was scolded for his forgotten chores
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How To Use disregarded In A Sentence

  • I certainly don’t think that Iranian popular discontent should be disregarded, but we’ve been hearing these sorts of arguments about the restive Iranian population for years, and while I have no reason to believe that they aren’t true, Khamenei and his allies have consistently proven expert at deflecting calls for reform and preserving their regime, the main levers of which remain firmly in Khamenei’s hands. Wonk Room » For More Tehran-ology
  • The honest man was grown splenetic: disregarded by every body, he was become disregardful of himself: he hoped for a cure of his gloominess, from her cheerful vein; and seemed to think himself under obligation to one who had taken notice of him, when nobody else would. Sir Charles Grandison
  • However, Clinton has disregarded the debt ceiling law, allowing the nation to spiral further into debt.
  • He said: 'It is very regrettable that an officer should apparently have disregarded a speed camera under these circumstances. Times, Sunday Times
  • She disregarded the laws governing tavern hours, and stayed open late into the night, allowing her customers, some only in their teens, to drink and play the forbidden game of shovelboard, carousing loudly enough to disturb the neighbors' sleep. History of American Women
  • Perhaps the first pouter-pigeon did not inflate its crop much more than the turbit now does the upper part of its œsophagus, —a habit which is disregarded by all fanciers, as it is not one of the points of the breed. I. Variation under Domestication. Unconscious Selection
  • Technical progress can cease and the most palpable facts can be denied or disregarded.
  • She completely disregarded all our objections.
  • The discipline of cash limits was repeatedly disregarded, with political factors often intervening to soften the government's monetarist convictions.
  • In a musical climate where beauty is often disregarded or located in asymmetrical euphony, bands like Kepler are clinging to an older and more concrete conception of beauty - one that hinges on order, balance, and tradition.
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