[ US /ˌdɪsɹɪˈɡɑɹdɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dˌɪsɹɪɡˈɑːdɪŋ/ ]
  1. in spite of everything; without regard to drawbacks
    he carried on regardless of the difficulties
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How To Use disregarding In A Sentence

  • In the meantime Henry Luce 's Time and Life magazines, while often disregarding their own correspondents?dispatches, also demanded aid to Chiang and dispatched Bullitt to China.
  • Maybe this deceit will become the main semi-official excuse for disregarding the allied victory.
  • He accused the team of being unethical in implementing their forensic examination, as well as disregarding the use of scientific procedures while removing the fragile mummy from its golden sarcophagus.
  • We find children's emotional needs difficult to respond to because we are habituated to disregarding our own.
  • Rising to his feet and totally disregarding the knife which entered his side, he seized the slender-necked celestial by the head with both his hands — once — twice — his body whirled in giddying orbit round his head. THE PLAGUE SHIP
  • The total rent achieved, disregarding the two short rent-free periods, was £108, 500 per annum for the first five years of the terms.
  • The people of this country need and deserve a local and national government that will listen to the people instead of disregarding them on every issue.
  • And yet, despite our earnest desire for happiness, we persist in disregarding the spiritual depths of ourselves.
  • he is flagrantly disregarding the law
  • My question is: are we justified in disregarding his wishes?
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