Definition of disrespect:
slackness, antagonism, disparage, inadvertence, cheekiness, brashness, offense, oversight, neglectfulness, ungraciousness, impoliteness, boldness, disrespectfulness, gall, disdain, sneer, uppityness, disesteem, thoughtlessness, inattention, rudeness, dislike, sauciness, slight, crust, walk over, impudency, omission, nerve, despite, enmity, respect, sassiness, offence, assumption, loathing, audaciousness, pertness, overconfidence, revulsion, familiarity, heedlessness, audacity, negligence, hatred, animosity, dis, effrontery, disregard, pushiness, attitude, cheek, thumb your nose at, presumptuousness, neglect, inconsiderateness, inconsideration, discourteousness, laugh, disgust, discourtesy, incivility, lese majesty, impertinency, forwardness, repulsion, courtesy, carelessness, sauce, chutzpah, uppishness, default, failure, remissness, indifference, brazenness, offensive activity, brass, face, nerviness, dishonour, scorn, contempt.
- "The After House", Mary Roberts Rinehart.
What is more; in the most naturally brutal and morally uneducated part of the lower classes, the legal slavery of the woman, and something in the merely physical subjection to their will as an instrument, causes them to feel a sort of disrespect and contempt towards their own wife which they do not feel towards any other woman, or any other human being, with whom they come in contact; and which makes her seem to them an appropriate subject for any kind of indignity.- "The Subjection of Women", John Stuart Mill.
- "Honor: A Play in Four Acts", Hermann Sudermann.