Definition of disregard :
1. Not to regard; to pay no heed to; to omit to take notice of; to neglect to observe; to slight as unworthy of regard or notice; as, to disregard the admonitions of conscience.
2. The act of disregarding, or the state of being disregarded; intentional neglect; omission of notice; want of attention; slight.
make out, displace, give the sack, overleap, force out, dissolve, repel, remissness, edit out, give notice, slue, burn, skip, brush off, nonperformance, bring down, default, throw out, sack, prune, leave out, geld, abridge, send packing, foreshorten, trim back, concern, dismiss, thin, discount, slackness, disrespect, failure, abbreviate, sheer, veer, issue, pretermit, neglectfulness, turn off, cut, cut off, cut down, push away, omit, can, slight, slack, dilute, shirk, cut back, omission, trim, connive at, do, IgG, usher out, rebuff, see, hack, give the axe, send away, brush aside, terminate, care for, rationalise, trend, curve, switch off, rationalize, shorten, edit, swerve, tailor, disuse, write out, blink, fire, snub, miss, push aside, reduce, drop, trim down, slew, scorn, turn out, contract, thin out
disobey (part of speech: verb)
disobedience (part of speech: noun)
ignore (part of speech: verb)
let it go, ignore, study at neglect, overlook, not heed, blink at, make allowances for, be blind to, laugh off, let it pass, turn a deaf ear to, neglect, make light of, despise, wink at, pass over, take no account of, have no use for
inattention (part of speech: noun)
apathy, befuddlement, lack of interest, disregardfulness, disinterestedness, dreaminess, absent-mindedness, heedlessness, inadvertence, obliviousness, unconsciousness, inattention, detachment, negligence, incuriosity, distraction, thoughtlessness, carelessness, indifference, lapse, oversight, preoccupation, unconcern, inobservance, absence, forgetfulness, aloofness
neglect (part of speech: verb)
- That which had for its inspiration cynical disregard for anything and everything which interfered with the fulfilment of his own selfish desire. - "The Heart of Unaga", Ridgwell Cullum.
- Nevertheless, his duty was plain; he had been trained to disregard fatigue and most physical weaknesses, and he went out resignedly into the arctic frost. - "Prescott of Saskatchewan", Harold Bindloss.
- Do they simply disregard her and continue their game as before? - "The Craft of Fiction", Percy Lubbock.